A Note from the Team
Congratulations to our own Will Rassman for having yet another article published by Kiplinger on the costs of financial procrastination. In addition to being on the Kiplinger website, we will feature this valuable article later this month in our Insights section.
It is easy to get caught up in what is happening in domestic politics, we would like to take this month to turn our attention internationally. While the U.S. economy has grown more rapidly than the rest of the developed world over the past three years, the trends that are underlying our overall nominal gross domestic product (GDP) growth are also now beginning to affect much of the rest of the world. In other words, the rest of the world appears to be joining us in economic growth. It also appears that stock markets in those parts of the world continue to sell at deep discounts compared to the United States. We find the Latin America and Pacific Rim markets particularly attractive.
More next month…
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