As of 2012, PWA Newsletters have been transitioned to our new blog.
We believe communicating with our clients is of utmost importance, especially during turbulent times in the market. While we don't claim to have a crystal ball on the future of any financial market at a given point in time, we do believe that keeping clients informed on why things are happening increases their comfort level and understanding. Below are a couple of the "plain english" messages we sent to clients in 2008 / 2009 (in addition to our newsletters) during the peak of the financial crisis.
10/12/08 - just after the "bailout" (TARP)
3/24/09 - just after the bottom
7/14/11 - the end of "QE2" (Fed stops buying new treasuries)
7/26/11 - debt ceiling fiasco on the horizon
8/07/11 - after S&P downgrade of U.S. credit rating
10/07/11 - after a terrible September 2011 and in the escalation of the European sovereign debt crisis
As of 2012, PWA Market Updates have been transitioned to our new blog. Search category "Market Update" to find posts.
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