Who’s Paying Higher Prices? | Blue Ridge Wealth Planners

Published on November 24th, 2021 You may have noticed higher prices on the things you buy regularly, like groceries and gas. However, many consumers may not realize that economic factors such as backed-up supply chains, extreme weather events, labor shortages/higher wages, and higher demand are not currently reflected in many consumer prices.   Why is…

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The China Connection | Blue Ridge Wealth Planners

Published on November 17th, 2021 America’s outsourcing of manufacturing (and jobs) has been a sore point for many years. But now that there are logistics issues due to the pandemic – costing U.S. companies money – there may be more incentive for reshoring in the future. Alas, some logistics planners are projecting that supply uncertainties,…

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Is It Time For A Value Play? | Blue Ridge Wealth Planners

Published on November 9th, 2021 The transition from growth to value and back to growth stocks often accelerated during the pandemic. Growth-oriented stocks usually outperform when the economy is on the rise. Therefore, growth stocks took the path of the coronavirus: They tanked during the lockdown, they rose again when the economy reopened and then…

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Savings Strategies | Blue Ridge Wealth Planners

Published on November 3rd, 2021 Some people have no trouble saving money — they stash away any cash they don’t need, and their account grows and grows. These people usually aren’t very materialistic and don’t have a lot of goals that require money to fulfill. That’s a wonderful trait, in some ways.   However, there’s…

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