Tag: coronavirus

15th Anniversary of RPAY: John Barry

One difference between now and 2008 in terms of running an advisory practice is the “technology dividend,” says John Barry, that year’s winner of the PLANSPONSOR Retirement Plan Adviser of the Year award.

Managers See Stocks Buoyed by Stimulus

They warn that there could be a market pullback when second-quarter earnings start being reported and that the coronavirus’ legacy could be $1 trillion in business activity never returning.

A Bad Time to Stretch for Yield

We were already in a new normal of very low interest rates before the coronavirus pandemic struck. It now seems even less likely that the old rate regime will re-establish itself any time soon.