Remaining Calm in Times of Uncertainty

March 2, 2022

After a relatively tranquil and upwardly moving 2021 in the stock market, 2022 is off to a rocky start, further exacerbated by Russia’s historic invasion of Ukraine, which started the worst land war in Europe since World War II. Read more

Fortune Favors the Disciplined

February 8, 2022

After seeing markets close at or near an all-time high in late 2021, 2022 is off to a rough start. Interest rates are set to rise, inflation has been more persistent than initially forecast, Omicron put a damper on the holiday season, new geopolitical risks are looming, and Washington’s Covid stimulus measures appear to be drying up. Read more

Making Your Financial Life Happier In 2022

January 5, 2022

As the new year begins, now is an excellent time to step back and reflect on how you can improve your relationship with your finances, reduce financial stress, and increase your overall happiness. Read more

Finding Inflation’s Footing

November 8, 2021

It seems like people are whispering about inflation everywhere you turn, and it’s for a good reason. Rising prices have the power to eat away at your purchasing power and erode the value of your assets. Read more

The State of ESG & Sustainable Investing

April 21, 2021

In honor of the 51st Earth Day on April 22nd, we thought we’d provide an update on one of our favorite topics, Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) investing, also often referred to as sustainable investing. Here are several themes: Read more

Why Being a B Corp Matters to Us

March 22, 2021

In honor of B Corp month in March, it seemed a good time to share what it means to be a Certified B Corporation and why it matters to us and our clients. Redwood Grove Wealth Management became a Certified B Corp in late 2019. Read more

The Magic of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)

November 3, 2020

Many people are currently in open enrollment for employee benefits right now. An often-overlooked employee benefit that can really pay off in the long-term is the Health Savings Account (HSA). HSAs provide a tax-advantaged way to save for healthcare costs, now or in retirement. Read more

Elections and the Stock Market

October 9, 2020

The 2020 election is arguably one of the most important elections in a lifetime. Much is at stake: management of the pandemic, the economy and on-going racial strife, trade relations with China, and election integrity and its impact on our democracy. Many investors are wondering how this election might impact the stock market. Read more

What to Do When the Going Gets Rough

November 1, 2018

October has been a tough month for stocks, with many indices down almost 10% in the past month and some of the high-flying tech stocks down 20%. With the recent activity in the stock market, it seems a prudent time to review some evidence-based tenets of wise investing. Read more