Stock Market Rallying

Why is the Stock Market Rallying?

Many investors are understandably confused by the strength of the stock market’s rebound amid so much terrible news about the coronavirus and the downturn in the economy. Consider that as of May 11, 2020 the World Health Organization reported more than 4 million confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide and nearly 279,000 deaths.1 On that same date the Centers for Disease Control…

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Krilogy St. Charles Office

Krilogy® Celebrates Growth and Expansion after Five Years in its St. Charles County Branch

In 2015, billion-dollar wealth management firm Krilogy® expanded its footprint in the St. Louis region with the opening of a branch office in St. Charles County. Five years later, the team is celebrating its commitment to St. Charles County and partnerships in the community which have led to their rapid growth. Krilogy® St. Charles County is located at 1 Mid…

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Creve Couer Office

Krilogy’s Response to COVID-19

As I stated in my initial communication to you in March, Krilogy leadership has been meeting regularly since the onset of this pandemic to monitor and address the ever-evolving challenges of COVID-19. Our team has helped to ensure our work-from-home processes continue to operate smoothly while also thinking ahead about the preparations we’ll need to eventually return to the office….

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Charles Schulz

Krilogy® Senior Wealth Advisor Charles Schulz Earns CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Designation

St. Louis-based Krilogy®, an independent wealth management firm with more than $1.2 billion in assets, congratulates Senior Wealth Advisor Charles Schulz, CFP®, AIF® who has earned his CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®) designation from the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards. Schulz is the latest addition to the long list of Krilogy® advisors who hold CFP® and other advanced credentials. Charles…

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Andrew Shenberg

Krilogy® Names Portfolio Strategist Andrew Shenberg as the Firm’s Newest Partner

Krilogy®, a St. Louis-based wealth management firm with more than $1 billion in assets, has recently announced that Andrew Shenberg, CFP®, ChFC®, has been named a partner of the firm. Shenberg, who currently serves as Krilogy’s Portfolio Strategist, is the firm’s eighth partner. Shenberg joined Krilogy in 2012, filling both the role of Portfolio Strategist and Chief Compliance Officer. After…

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Stacy Sloas

Krilogy® Wealth Advisor Stacy Sloas, CFP®, CSA Earns Certified Senior Advisor® Designation

Krilogy®, a wealth management firm with more than $1 Billion in assets, is pleased to announce that Wealth Advisor Stacy Sloas has received her Certified Senior Advisor® (CSA) designation from the Society of Certified Senior Advisors. This credential is awarded to professionals who demonstrate in-depth knowledge in working with older adults and the ability to address the unique needs and…

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Executive Vice President, Wealth Advisor Elizabeth Connelly Named to the 2020 List of the Top 100 St. Louisans You Should Know

Krilogy® Executive Vice President, Wealth Advisor Elizabeth Connelly, JD, CTFA, CISP, has been named among the Top 100 St. Louisans You Should Know by St. Louis Small Business Monthly. The publication, which focuses on business owners and entrepreneurs in the region, compiles the annual list to include outstanding leaders who make an impact in business and in the community. Connelly,…

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Quarterly Insights | April 2020

Investors Endure Historic Volatility in the First Quarter First and foremost, we hope this letter finds you, your family and loved ones healthy and safe. Market volatility surged in the first quarter to levels last seen more than a decade ago during the 2008 financial crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe and prompted the partial shutdown of most major…

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Investment Committee Report | April 2020

When Disaster Strikes

On April 14, 1912, just before midnight, the British passenger liner RMS Titanic hit an iceberg. Within a few hours, the ship thought to be unsinkable lay at the bottom of the North Atlantic. About 710 people survived the experience, while at least 1,500 lost their lives. If you asked most people today what caused the Titanic disaster, they might…

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Kristin Poole

The Real Danger of Timing the Market?

Missing Any One of the Ten Best Days! Let’s define “timing the market” as temporarily moving a large portion of equity investments into cash (or fixed income) with the intent of moving back to equities at a time of greater perceived stability. Selling out of the market is typically a cautionary reaction to an expected market decline, or worse, a…

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