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March 2021 – 3 in 3

This month, Jason Weaver discusses sector outlooks, the Federal Reserve dot plot, and the return to normal.
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February 2021 – 3 in 3

This month, Jason Weaver discusses pre and post pandemic numbers. He covers interest rates, S&P 500 earnings, and unemployment.
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Newsletter – February 2021

Healthy relationships can be considered one of the pillars of your overall well-being. It is important to have different types of relationships (i.e. partner, friend, child or mentor). And it is also important to focus on the quality of those relationships, because even one negative one can do more harm than good. Being in a loving relationship, no matter what kind, can give a person a sense of well-being and purpose.
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jason weaver forbes 2020

Jason Weaver Recognized in Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Advisors 2021

Jason co-founded Weaver Consulting Group based on a realization that advice is everywhere. Jason believes clients want a consultant that offers unbiased and personalized advice from someone who cares about them and their family. Formerly of Ameriprise Financial Advisers, Jason devoted 20 years developing a thriving practice.
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January 2021 – 3 in 3

This month, Jason Weaver discusses nominal vs. real rates, inflation and the modern monetary theory (MMT).
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December 2020 – 3 in 3

This month, Jason Weaver discusses "Slowbalization,” Current Yield, and the Potential Long-Term Effects of COVID.
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Newsletter November 2020

Believe it or not, we are entering the holiday season and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. One of the best things about the month of November is that the world seems to pause for a second, and reflect on the things for which we are most grateful. In my family, Thanksgiving is the most important holiday because it is the one time of the year that we can all be together, reflect, share stories, and express our gratitude for each other.
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October 2020 – 3 in 3

 This month, Jason Weaver covers election history, socially charged elections and election investment implications. History strongly favors the incumbent going back to 1932. An incumbent president has never failed to win re-election unless a recession has occurred during their time in office.
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August 2020 – 3 in 3

August 2020 – 3 in 3

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Newsletter – August 2020

It has been 4.5 months since we all begun what we call our new normal. A time where you grab your keys, wallet and mask before you leave the house. Social distancing is practiced and sadly, gatherings have had to take a back seat. I think that we are all getting to a place where we are starting to ponder what the future looks like.
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