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11 Most Read IRIS Articles of the Week!


11 Most Read IRIS Articles of the Week!

1. What Will Trump’s Immigration Fight Cost You?

Just like investors tend to buy high and sell low, politicians tend to react to most major issues (ahem… immigration) by doing the wrong thing at the right time. — Harry Dent

2. Why Risk Assets Are Not Reacting Dramatically to the Inverted Yield Curve

As the yield curve fell deeper into inverted territory last week, a plethora of articles highlighting recessionary risk began to emerge. — SNW Asset Management

3. 5 Creative Ways to Follow-up with a Prospect

In an ideal world every prospect would sign up with you at the first meeting, immediately recognizing they are in need of what you are offering. In the real world however … — Don Connelly

4. How to Share Your Story and Build Relationships: #BeYourOwnLoud

Combining the power of LinkedIn and Podcasting, our #BeYourOwnLoud service, Micro-Influencer, is our two part service that can act as an entire marketing strategy for advisors. — Kirk Lowe and Matt Halloran

5. Will Main Street’s Optimism Influence Wall Street?

The focus was clearly on trade issues, with bad news bookends from China and Mexico. — Eric Kuby

6. Preferreds Gain Attention as Fed on Pause

With interest rates low and the Federal Reserve (Fed) set to stay on pause through year-end, income-focused investors are expanding their search for yield. — Coulter Regal

7. Recession Is a Psychological Thing: It Will Happen When We Say It Happens

We haven’t had a recession in a while in the United States. The last one was pretty bad, so it stands to reason we might want to avoid a repeat of that experience. — Jared Dillian

8. The S&P 500 Crosses A Dangerous Line

Here is a very quick summary of the last 3 years of my writing … — Rob Isbitts

9. Wealthy Investors Prefer Not to Get Inheritance Advice

Estate planning and wealth transfer are huge considerations for wealthy investors. They want to make the correct decisions in order to make the transfer of wealth as smooth as possible for their beneficiaries. — George Walper, Jr.

10. Chutes and Ladders

The S&P 500 reached its all-time closing high of 2,945.83 on April 30, 2019. The view from the top can be nice, it’s also a long way down. — Sal Bruno

11. It’s Summer and I Don’t Want to Prospect

We have short memories.  When perfect summer days arrive, we forget all about the dreary rain and snow.  Summer seems like one great big extended bull market. — Bryce Sanders

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