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While persistent inflation creates certain challenges for investors, today's higher interest rates — not seen in decades — offer a range of exciting new opportunities to get your money working harder for you.
Maybe you've taken a wait-and-see approach to investing because of uncertainties surrounding markets and the economy.
But did you know right now is a great time to take another look at your approach to managing your cash and investing?
A wealth professional can help you take a fresh look at your finances and uncover new ways of putting your money to work for you.
Learn how to take advantage of these opportunities.
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A fresh look at managing cash and investments in today’s higher interest rate environment.
With interest rates continuing to go up, learn what the ripple effects across capital markets may mean for investor portfolios.
Consider these tactical asset allocation strategies to help enhance investment returns and manage overall portfolio risk.
Persistent inflation and rising interest rates can affect your ability to meet your financial goals. Consider these strategies to help mitigate risk and boost potential investment returns.
Money market funds and Treasury bills are two liquid investments to consider. Locking into a certificate of deposit (CD) – or laddering a series of CDs over a range of maturities to maximize yield – can be another good option. Promotional rates may be available to help you optimize returns.
A liquid asset secured line of credit can be a flexible way to meet cash-flow needs without disrupting your long-term investing strategy. It’s a line of credit secured by the existing assets in your portfolio which you can use opportunistically – to provide liquidity, pay off higher interest rate debt or delay selling depreciated securities until the time is right.
First, speak with a wealth professional for tactical asset-allocation guidance on where to place assets to best meet your objectives. Second, consider dollar-cost averaging. It’s a disciplined strategy for investing over time and on a regular schedule to reduce risk and mitigate the effects of poor market timing. While markets and economic conditions will change, smart asset allocation and a patient, steady approach can help put you on a path to success.
Think of having different time horizons and risk tolerances spanning the investment buckets of Liquidity, Lifestyle and Legacy. Consider money market funds and Treasury bills when your risk tolerance is low and liquidity is key. Migrate to short-term bonds when your cash flow needs decrease but the economic outlook remains uncertain. Lastly, when your time horizon is longer and you can assume more risk, commit to a financial plan that supports your goals through exposure to fixed-income investments, equity and real assets.