In many ways, 2021 was a typical year for markets, but it also reinforced some basic market lessons that are hard to learn, even if they are not new. As we launch into the New Year, we’re highlighting three 2021 market lessons

Total life insurance new annualized premium grew 18% in the third quarter, representing the third consecutive quarter of double-digit growth, according to LIMRA’s Third Quarter U.S. Retail Life Insurance Sales Survey.

In broad economic terms, the good news is the unemployment rate in the United States is declining. It was at a COVID-induced 8.1 percent in 2020, but is projected to finish at 5.5 percent in 2021, according to The Conference Board.

It’s a big step shifting from a career or careers spanning 40 years or longer into a new lifestyle where instead of spending your days accumulating wealth, now you’re drawing down from your life’s financial achievements.

 Inflation seems to be rising. Certainly, Americans are noticing higher prices at the gas pump. But the real question in a wealth and retirement forum, is how should investors and,

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