Fox Business - Money with Cheryl
- During a Fox Business appearance, Kimberly Foss, CFP, president of Empyrion Wealth Management, offers insight on the current state of the bail-out effects on the market.
On Friday, Kimberly Foss appeared on the Neil Cavuto show to discuss the Federal Reserve and U.S. Growth. Kimberly stated that the fed's can do all they want to grow the economy but it won't truly grow without "real growth."
On Friday, Kimberly Foss sat down with Fox Business to discuss investing in the current market environment.
Kimberly offered that there are positive signs on the horizon for investors, including cash on the sidelines as well as an increase in housing prices,
which boosts consumer confidence. She reminded investors that
the market is a long-term wealth creation tool, and that you must be in
the market in order to get the gains. Kimberly suggested keeping a diversified portfolio, tilted toward the value sector.
Kimberly Foss joins CNBC “Closing Bell” hosts Maria Bartiromo and Bill Griffeth live from the floor of the NYSE to discuss investing and the direction of the markets. Foss states that the combination of low interest rates, control over inflation and money “on the sidelines” provides an environment for the stock market to go higher, although there will be turbulence. She suggests keeping bond durations short, advising investors to keep portfolios diversified.
Kimberly Foss joined the hosts of Fox Business “Markets Now” to discuss the markets and economy.
Kimberly offers that investors should remain cautiously optimistic in the short-term and bullish in the long-term. She warns that there is turbulence on the horizon that investors should be aware of. Kimberly advises tilting portfolios toward the value sector, so that when the markets dip, investors can still be rewarded for investing long-term.
Kimberly Foss appears on Fox Business to lend her insight on the markets. She asserts that there is a “trifecta” of issues the U.S. is facing, which include sequestration, the debt ceiling and Eurozone problems. While these are real worries for our economy, the markets are pushing these items aside, thinking each will be averted. Foss offers that this creates a false sense of security for investors.
Kimberly appears on CNBC “Closing Bell” to offer her thoughts on the current state of the market. Kimberly weighs in on the areas that investors should avoid and discusses how she is continuing to find investment opportunities for her clients.
Kimberly Foss, CFP, president of Empyrion Wealth Management, appears as a guest on Fox News “Your World with Neil Cavuto” to discuss what the dip of Apple’s stock means for the economy and why investors are seeing Apple’s position alter in the current market.