LPL's Midyear Outlook 2015

August 10, 2015

Ryan Financial Inc. is pleased to share LPL Research's Midyear Outlook 2015: Some Assembly Required and two accompanying publications: a Step-by-Step Guide to Midyear Outlook 2015 and the 2015 Midyear Outlook How to Invest Guide.

" we approach the midpoint of 2015, the biggest challenge for the market is putting the necessary pieces together to construct the backdrop for solid global economic growth, stable prices and currencies, and expanding corporate profits," said Burt White, Chief Investment Officer, Managing Director, LPL. "The task is complicated by the Fed’s expected first interest rate increase in nine years later this year," he continued. "The assembly will not be an easy one, but the LPL Research Midyear Outlook 2015: Some Assembly Required provides the investment instruction manual, tools, and tactics to construct portfolio strategies that may flourish in a market that remains in transition." 1



 LPL Research's Step-by-Step Guide to Midyear Outlook 2015 provides an overview of the investment insights to guide you through the rest of 2015.


2015 Midyear Outlook How to Invest Guide serves to help you pair funds, strategies, and portfolios with the LPL Research forecasts and themes found in our Midyear Outlook 2015: Some Assembly Required publication.


We encourage you to review these helpful tools and then contact us at Ryan Financial Inc. with any questions you may have about the midyear outlook and your portfolio.



  1 Source: Client Letter, Midyear Outlook 2015, Tracking #1-392482

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