Potential Risks to the Market Rally

Darin Richards, Aldrich Wealth CIO, appeared on CNBC’s Power Lunch on Thursday, January 18, 2018. View the full segment here to hear Darin’s take on:

  • The expected increase in market volatility.
  • When the fed may raise interest rates next.
  • The impact raising rates may have on different sectors in the market.

 

Download Aldrich Wealth’s full market commentary here.

Meet Darin

Darin joined the firm in 2004, bringing more than 13 years of investment and financial consulting experience with him. As Chief Investment Officer he is responsible for developing, and implementing our investment philosophy and leading the Aldrich Wealth Investment Committee. He works directly with some of our most complex and largest clients and also co-manages the Private Wealth (investments, tax planning, and financial planning) team.

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