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Weekly Wealth of Knowledge - Week of 1/22/24

January 23, 2024

The Weekly Wealth of Knowledge is your download of this week's most important topics related to our community, financial planning, the markets and more!  January is here and it is "new year, new you" month at MONECO. All month we will be providing you with a host of content about new goals, new habits and new financial planning strategies to consider.

In this issue:

  • MONECO Insights – Reimagining Your Financial Journey (3 min read)
  • Team MONECO - Internship Program (2 min read)
  • Unemployment Claims Fall Again (2 min read)

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Reimagining Your Financial Journey

The start of the year is where many reassess their goals. Having a solid financial goal will only help you understand the clear path in which you strive towards. A great place to start when drafting your new ideas is to take a look at what made you successful in the past. Essentially you're creating a roadmap for success, you need to define your aspirations and priorities to make the road straight. Each individual is different, including their goals, what works best for you might not for someone else. As always if we can help in any way, do not hesitate to reach out! 

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Team MONECO - Internship Program

At MONECO, we are fortunate to be centrally located to several top notch universities. Over the years, our challenging internship programthat focuses on all areas of wealth management and financial planning has evolved, mainly due to the talent we have access to. We strive to help foster and encourage each individual to better themselves to prepare for their future and have been extremely lucky with all of the wonderful interns we've had. This month we began hosting our spring interns, welcoming them in typical MONECO fashion, we treated them to a pizza party! We welcome Sara back for her second semester, and Shane for his first, both coming to us from Fairfield University (Pictured below is some of the MONECO team post pizza)!


Unemployment Claims Fall Again

In yet another sign of the resilient labor market, despite higher rates, unemployment claims last week dropped to their lowest level since September of 2022. These reports continue to be watched closely by the Federal Reserve, as the try to navigate their future monetary policy moves, as they have signaled the potential for future rate cuts in 2024. Only time will tell at what pace this may occur. We will be closing monitoring the first FOMC meeting of the year on January 30-31st. If you have questions, we are here for you.

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