Wes Moss Featured On Investment News: An Update On The 4% Rule
Extending Bengen’s research on the proper rate at which to draw down retirement assets using 25 more years of data shows the rule can still work Those of us who have been in the financial advisory business for years can sometimes take established rules of thumb for granted – so much so that the nuances of such guidelines may get lost. Take the 4% rule.... Read more.
Capital Investment Advisors Ranks In The Atlanta Business Chronicle's '2019 Book Of Lists'
Capital Investment Advisors is proud to be named among Atlanta's top money managers and financial planning firms by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. According to the annual Book of Lists, Capital Investment Advisors ranks among the top 25 Financial Planning & Advisory Firms based on assets under management. The firm also ranks among the top 25 Money Managers in the city based on discretionary assets under... Read more.
Wes Moss Featured On HowStuffWorks: Why the U.S. Yield Curve Inversion Has Recession Watchers Worried
Economic speculation can often feel like a self-fulfilling prophecy. When confidence in the economic future is high, the markets and the broader economy hum along. But when investors, banks and business get nervous, money stops flowing and the whole system grinds to a halt. That’s called a recession. The United States economy has been riding the longest bull market in history, posting record stock marketgains and historically... Read more.
Wes Moss Featured On HowStuffWorks: 7 Warning Signs of a Looming Recession
The No. 1 expense for businesses is employee salaries and hourly wages. When unemployment levels are low, that leads to a scarcity of qualified workers on the job market, which forces employers to offer higher and higher pay. Wes Moss, Chief Investment Strategist with Capital Investment Advisors and host of the weekly radio show “Money Matters,” says that fast-growing wages are a sure sign of a coming recession.... Read more.