We first reported on The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (known as the SECURE Act) back in May of this year when it quickly passed in the House of Representatives. While the name implies that this new legislation will help Americans with their retirement, not all the changes are for the good.
For clients and guests who attended Lawrence Husick’s recent Westover Luncheon Series presentation, it was a sobering reminder of the existential threat that exists when bad actors attempt to acquire personal information. There are steps you can take to protect your information and your finances.
TD Ameritrade is eliminating base commissions for online exchange-listed stock and ETF trades, moving from $6.95 per trade to $0.00. As a valued strategic partner of Westover Capital Advisors, we're thrilled by their move to lower the costs of investing and trading for our clients.
Mr. Lawrence Husick is the Co-Chairman of the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Center for the Study of Terrorism where he concentrates on the study of terrorist tactics and counterterrorism strategies. He was the featured speaker at Westover's September 2019 Luncheon Series.
On September 26, 2019, Westover Capital hosted the latest in our Luncheon Series featuring internationally renowned cybersecurity expert, Lawrence Husick of the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
Enjoy the replay of our June 2019 Westover Luncheon Series featuring Erin Arvedlund, the former Barron's reporter who broke the story of Bernie Madoff nearly seven years before the scandal rocked the financial world.
Who says cats and mice can’t play nicely together? On May 23rd, the House of Representatives passed a significant retirement bill by a vote of 417 to 3. The SECURE Act is a Big Deal and augurs the biggest changes to retirement plans in a decade.
"Begala’s insightful and often humorous assessment of the national political landscape was shared with an audience at Wilmington Country Club at the invitation of Westover Capital Advisors."
It has been a great start to the year for both the stock and bond markets, which is a welcome change from last year when cash was the best performing asset. Most equity indices were up double digits for the first quarter, and the bond market was up over 2%.