Welcome to Stuart Financial Group’s May-June 2021 Bi-Monthly Newsletter.
It is hard to believe that Summer 2021 is right around the corner! In this issue we proudly announce Bryan’s new Certified Estate Planner certification ™ and provide you with a preview of this summer’s Olympics in Tokyo, Japan are that scheduled to take place Friday, July 23, through Sunday, Aug. 8., along with how to plan a staycation if safe traveling is not in your immediate future. Happy reading!

Welcome to Stuart Financial Group’s May-June 2021 Bi-Monthly Newsletter.
It is hard to believe that Summer 2021 is right around the corner! In this issue we proudly announce Bryan’s new Certified Estate Planner certification ™ and provide you with a preview of this summer’s Olympics in Tokyo, Japan are that scheduled to take place Friday, July 23, through Sunday, Aug. 8., along with how to plan a staycation if safe traveling is not in your immediate future. Happy reading!

Welcome to Stuart Financial Group’s May-June 2021 Bi-Monthly Newsletter.
It is hard to believe that Summer 2021 is right around the corner! In this issue we proudly announce Bryan’s new Certified Estate Planner certification ™ and provide you with a preview of this summer’s Olympics in Tokyo, Japan are that scheduled to take place Friday, July 23, through Sunday, Aug. 8., along with how to plan a staycation if safe traveling is not in your immediate future. Happy reading!

Welcome to your Stuart Financial Group January-February 2021 Bi-Monthly Newsletter. It is hard to believe that it is 2021! This newsletter focuses on topics such as winter getaways, where your payroll taxes go, 3 reasons to plant more trees, and more.


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Market Insights, SFG News and Events


Food for Thought


Tax Tips


Healthy-Living


Weekly-Riddle


Photo-of-the-week


Optimism Stimulates Markets

Anticipation of a new fiscal stimulus and improved vaccine distribution powered stocks to fresh record highs last week with technology stocks leading the way.p>

The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.59%, while the Standard &
Poor’s 500 picked up 1.94%. The Nasdaq Composite index led, gaining
4.19% for the week. The MSCI EAFE index, which tracks developed
overseas stock markets, rose by …p>

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Featured Article: Markets Start 2021 on a High Plus SFG News and Events


Economic Calendar


Quote of the Week


Recipe of the Week: FETTUCCINE WITH CHICKEN SAUSAGE, KALE, AND CANNELLINI BEANS


Tax Tips


Golf Tips


Healthy Lifestyle


Green Living


Markets Start 2021 on a High

Shrugging off COVID-19 infections and the disruption at the Capitol on January 6, stocks powered higher to kick off a new year of trading.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.61%, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 increased by 1.83%. The Nasdaq Composite index, which led throughout 2020, picked up 2.43%. The MSCI EAFE index, which tracks developed overseas stock markets, rose 1.45%.

Shrugging off COVID-19 infections and the disruption at the Capitol on January 6, stocks powered higher to kick off a new year of trading.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.61%, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 increased by 1.83%. The Nasdaq Composite index, which led throughout 2020, picked up 2.43%. The MSCI EAFE index, which tracks developed overseas stock markets, rose 1.45%.

Fireworks to Start the New Year
Stocks got off to an inauspicious start amid the stuttering pace of vaccine distribution and concern that the economic recovery might take longer than anticipated. Uncertainty over the looming Senate runoff election in Georgia added to the broad retreat that marked the first day of 2021 trading.

From there markets turned higher, aided by firming oil prices with subsequent support provided by the Georgia Senate election results, which lifted hopes of additional fiscal stimulus. Stocks managed through political unrest mid-week, with banks, economically sensitive stocks, and technology shares leading the way.

The yield on the 10-year Treasury rose above 1% for the first time since March as investors fled bonds in anticipation of…

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Featured Article: The Year in Review and SFG News


Economic Calendar


Quote of the Week


Recipe of the Week: Slow Cooker Sauerkraut and Kielbasa


Tax Tips


Golf Tips


Healthy Lifestyle


Green Living


The Year in Review and SFG News

Stocks moved higher during a holiday-shortened week of trading, capping off a turbulent, but otherwise strong year for equity investors.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.35%, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 increased by 1.43%. The Nasdaq Composite index, which led all year, added 0.65%. The MSCI EAFE index, which tracks developed overseas stock markets, rose 2.02%.

The Year in Brief
The global pandemic disrupted economies, financial markets, and daily life in 2020. Households and businesses were put to the test during the toughest and grimmest years in decades. The winter brought a resolution to the U.S.-China tariff dispute, the Brexit referendum, and the first U.S. appearance of…

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Welcome to your Stuart Financial Group January-February 2021 Bi-Monthly Newsletter. It is hard to believe that it is 2021! This newsletter focuses on topics such as winter getaways, where your payroll taxes go, 3 reasons to plant more trees, and more.


Table of Contents



Featured Article: Vaccine Rollout Spurs Markets and SFG News


Economic Calendar


Quote of the Week


Recipe of the Week: Brown Sugar-Glazed Carrots


Tax Tips


Golf Tips


Healthy Lifestyle


Green Living


Vaccine Rollout Spurs Markets and SFG News

Stocks climbed higher amid the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and an improving outlook for a fiscal stimulus bill.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which has lagged all year, gained 0.44%. The Standard & Poor’s 500 picked up 1.25% while the Nasdaq Composite index surged 3.05%. The MSCI EAFE index, which tracks developed overseas stock markets, rose 2.44%.

Stocks Climb Higher
In a week that celebrated the national rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine, market enthusiasm was tempered by worries of infection caseload and fresh economic lockdowns.
Investors turned their focus to the fiscal stimulus negotiations in Washington, D.C., with the hope that a relief bill may be the bridge that gets the economy over its near-term troubles until…

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