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‘Superfoods:’ Fad or Fact?

Superfoods: Fad or Fact

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
July 08, 2021 Category: General, Finance, Newsletter, Educational, Commentary

What are superfoods? Currently, there is no set scientific definition for what counts as a superfood trusted source. Generally speaking, the term describes foods rich in nutrients and known to offer significant health benefits. Superfood products are ubiquitous in the wellness world. For example, typing superfood into a well-known e-commerce search engine offers page after page of products branded as superfoods, including coffee creamers, green tea powders, dried fruits, and supplements, some of which are prohibitively expensive. Many health experts are wary of the term superfood and for good reason. There is no set definition of the word and no regulations surrounding the use of the term on packaging labels. Because of this, there is no guarantee that a product with the superfood label offers any special health benefits or contains certain nutrients. The Bottom Line Even though there is no set definition of a superfood, there is no denying the health benefits of some foods labeled as superfoods, such as berries, citrus fruits, cruciferous vegetables, garlic, and green tea. While incorporating foods that are considered superfoods into the diet is likely to benefit overall health, it’s important to focus more on the overall quality of the diet rather than on specific foods. Consuming a nutritious, balanced diet that is especially rich in vegetables and fruits, no matter if they carry the superfood label or not, is one of the best ways to promote health and redu

Fed Catches Up With Restart Reality

Fed Catches Up With Restart Reality

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
July 07, 2021 Category: General, Finance, Newsletter, Educational, Commentary

The Fed has now made a meaningful upgrade to its inflation outlook by embracing a more pronounced overshoot of its 2% target. We view this upgrade as the Fed catching up with the restart dynamics. While the upgrade largely reflects the incoming data since the last meeting, there is a notable change: The Fed now sees the ongoing inflation surge as contributing to achieving its objective as opposed to focusing on its transitory nature. The Fed surprised markets by embracing higher inflation and heralding a lift-off from zero rates in 2023, rather than 2024. We think this could add to its new framework's credibility as long as last week's fall in inflation expectations does not persist. 01 FED'S OUTLOOK SHIFT Fed officials embraced higher 2021 inflation as contributing to their medium-term policy objective, opening the door to a 2023 lift-off. 02 CONSISTENT WITH NEW FRAMEWORK We see this shift as consistent with the Fed's new framework, implying a much more muted response to inflation and supporting risk assets. 03 DATA WATCH Global purchasing managers' index (PMI) and other sentiment data this week will help investors gauge the status of the economic restart. THE BOTTOM LINE Our bottom line: We believe the Fed's new outlook will not translate into significantly higher policy rates any time soon. This, combined with the powerful restart, underpins our pro-risk stance. Large cash balances held by investors and no obvious signs of financial vulnera

Madison Yuzwa Crowned Miss Ohio’s Outstanding Teen

Madison Yuzwa Crowned Miss Ohios Outstanding Teen

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
July 07, 2021 Category: General, Finance, Newsletter, Educational, Commentary

On Tuesday, June 15th, Madison Yuzwa, the granddaughter of Lineweaver Financial client Ann Yuzwa (both pictured) was crowned Miss Ohio's Outstanding Teen at the Renaissance Theater in Mansfield, Ohio. Madison also won the talent segment of the competition with her high energy, power tumbling routine. She has been dreaming and working toward this experience since the age of 9 when she took the stage as a Miss Ohio Princess. Madison will move on to compete nationally representing the state of Ohio at Miss America's Outstanding Teen July 28-30th in Universal, Orlando, Florida. Her social initiative includes promoting confidence in youth and teens through her platform; F.I.T. to be Confident. Using specific guidelines set by the American Heart Association, Madison incorporates exercise, nutrition, and self-acceptance to help empower young people's confidence. Madison is a recent Summa Cum Laude graduate of North Royalton High School and resident of Broadview Heights. She will be attending The Ohio State University in the fall majoring in Pharmacy through the Early Assurance to Doctorate program. You can also look for Madison cheering on the Buckeyes this coming football season as a rostered varsity

The Markets Don't Pick Sides

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 19, 2020 Category: Markets Don't Pick Sides, Newsletter

While Covid-19 has largely stolen the headlines this year, we expect an increasing focus on the presidential election as we enter the end of the year. In dealing with extreme uncertainty, we find looking to history can often be the best starting point to understand what comes next.  Since 1926, the average annual return of the S & P has been about 10%, whereas in presidential election years, the market has historically performed slightly better at just over 11%. During election years where the current President has been re-elected, or a different President from the same party has been elected, the S & P 500 averaged growth of 16%. However, when the parties switch, the return averaged just 5%. One of the reasons for this is very simple – the fact that markets dislike change or the unknown. But generally, it seems more likely to us that the Presidency switched parties because the economy wasn’t particularly strong, rather than the Presidential campaign driving the market. It’s good to recall that Presidents don’t have as much power over the economy as most people think they do, but, for better or worse, that doesn’t really matter too much during an election. If voters think the president has control over the economy, they will vote accordingly. In short, what’s going on in the markets will tell you about the election, rather than the election telling you what will happen in the markets. However, we understand that th

Economic Commentary 2020Q4

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 19, 2020 Category: Economic Commentary, 2020Q4, Newsletter

Many positive signals appeared in the quarter. Millions of Americans went to work again; monthly net job growth topped 1.7 million in July and 1.3 million a month later. Unemployment, which had hit 14.7% in April, fell from 10.2% in July to 8.4% in August, and the U-6 rate counting both underemployed and unemployed Americans declined from 16.5% to 14.2%.1,2 Consumer confidence, as measured by the Conference Board’s monthly index, leaped to 101.8 in August from 86.3 in July. Households kept up their buying—retail sales were up year-over-year through August even though supplemental unemployment benefits expired at the end of July.1  Industries also grew, according to research from the Institute for Supply Management. When ISM’s Monthly Purchasing Manager Index for the manufacturing and services sector surpasses 50, those sectors are judged by ISM to be expanding. ISM’s services PMI was at 58.1 in July and 56.9 in August; its manufacturing index reached 54.2 in July (a month that saw a 6.4% rise in U.S. factory orders) and 56.0 in August.1 Home sales soared as summer began, and although that momentum tailed off, sales did not retreat. Residential resales were up 24.7% in July, and another 2.4% in August. New home buying increased 4.8% for August after a 14.7% July climb. Housing starts and building permits were both up 17.9% in the first month of the quarter, but then they both declined; permits dipped 0.9% and starts 5.1% in the eighth month of t

HealthWatch 2020Q4

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 19, 2020 Category: HealthWatch, Newsletter

In light of the coronavirus, many are taking steps to ensure everything they touch is clean and sanitized. This is even more true when it comes to our kitchen, a place where we are constantly handling foods. It’s hard to know what products or methods are effective and which ones aren’t.  1. Gas Stove It’s important to make sure you are cleaning your gas stove after every meal with either soap and water or detergent and water. A gas stove is an area in your home that can become a breeding ground for infections over time, if not regularly cleaned.  2. Kitchen Counters and Slabs Many keep their fruits, vegetables, and other ingredients on their counters or slabs before being washed. It’s recommended that you keep this area particularly clean with a mixture of salt and lemon water.  3. Fruits and Vegetables When it comes to items we are consuming, we want to be especially sure it has been cleaned properly to lower the risk of contamination. Trying to find a cleaning product for our fruits and vegetables especially one that is natural,  and that removed germs, pesticides, and waxes without the use of harsh chemicals can be difficult. Don’t give up, they are out there! 4. Utensils and Storage The utensils that we are using to eat our food can be easily contaminated.  It’s essential that these are washed after every use with a soap or detergent-based solution, and make sure they are completely dry before putting them a

Q4 2018: Economic Commentary

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 15, 2018 Category: Economic Commentary, Newsletter

Global financial markets posted mixed results during the third quarter of 2018 as investors balanced heightened trade tensions globally with strong earnings, a solid labor market and healthy economic growth here in the U.S. We present a few highlights from the 3Q18 below: Despite heightened geopolitical rhetoric, the S and P 500, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite continued to trade near record highs amid solid economic data and strong corporate earnings. On the economic front, the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady at a range of 1.75% to 2%. However, meeting minutes released from the Fed’s early August session indicated a rate hike was likely when the Fed meets September 25th-26th. Developed international equity markets produced mixed results during the third quarter with those in the Pacific ex-Japan region generally lagging those in Europe. On the political front, the resignation of Brexit secretary David Davis renewed fears of the potential economic consequences as the UK prepares to leave the EU in March 2019. In the emerging markets, returns were held back by weak performances from China and Brazil. Within fixed income, results were mixed as the 10-year U.S. Treasury tested the key psychological level of 3% several times during the third quarter. Foreign un-hedged bonds and emerging markets debt fell amid the strong U.S. dollar. Investment grade core U.S. fixed income produced lackluster results, while high yield

HealthWatch: What Are Screens Doing to Our Eyes and Our Ability to See?

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
July 06, 2018 Category: Healthwatch, Screens, Eye Strain, Newsletter

In today’s society, if you’re not sleeping, chances are you’re looking at some type of screen. Whether it’s a computer monitor, a television, a handheld tablet, a GPS or our smartphones, we spend 10-14 hours a day staring at a screen. Many of us are familiar with the problems this can cause, such as headaches, dry eyes, eye muscle strain, and even blurred vision—but few of us know what can be done to correct it. The easiest thing to do would be to avoid screens as much as possible. However, for those of us who use our cellphones and computers every day for work, it’s impossible to avoid screen-time. So what are our options? One option is to adjust the brightness on your screen. Dr. Joshua Dunaief, a professor of ophthalmology at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine also recommends shifting your screen’s color scheme away from blue and toward the yellow end of the spectrum.  While some research has linked too much blue light exposure at night to insomnia, even daytime exposure could be a problem. Another way to reduce computer vision syndrome (CVS), also referred to as digital eye-strain, is to maintain proper space between your eyes and the screen. Doctors recommend positioning all screens, smartphones included, no closer than 16 inches from your face. Some may find this hard to do—which brings us to the third option. The best solution is to utilize the “20-20-20” rule. Every 2

Q3 Letter from the President

Q3 Letter from the President

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
July 10, 2017 Category: Letter From The President, LFG, Newsletter, 2017

One of my favorite things about summers past, especially when the kids were young, was a tradition that my father-in-law started. At the beginning of each summer, he’d take pictures of the kids – on vacation, having fun, or just lounging around at home. At the end of the summer, he’d make a little book out of it and give it to Kathy and me. I still have all those books! These are a few of my favorites of us as a family. I hope that you and your family have something fun planned this summer, and that you’ll take the time to make (and capture) a few memories of your

The Year in Review: 2016 Market Summary

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
January 12, 2017 Category: 1st Quarter, Newsletter, Market Review, 2016 Market, Market Update

It’s difficult to predict the market over the short term, and 2016 has proven that point. Here are a few things that surprised the markets this year. Interest rates remain mainly unchanged for the year. In December 2015 the Fed increased interest rates for the first time in 9 years, and indicated plans to raise rates slowly in 2016. Due to concerns about less than robust economic growth, rates have remained at historic lows. Only post-election have interest rate sensitive sectors moved in  response to anticipated rate increases in 2017. Late year rising bond yields during the quarter resulted in outright declines in bond-proxy sectors, such as utilities, staples, and real estate. In 2015 the China stock market declined, setting off global market declines and a return to volatility, but by late year that was all behind  us – or so we thought.  2016 started with another steep sell-off in the Chinese stock market which in turn caused global markets to sell off. World markets also tumbled after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Investors lost more than the equivalent of 2 trillion United States dollars on June 24, 2016, making this day the worst single day drop in history according to data from S&P Global. The losses were extended to a combined total of the equivalent of 3 trillion dollars by additional selling on June 27, 2016, also according to data from S&P Global. Fortunately, that sell-off was short lived, and within

Letter From the President: Winter 2017

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
January 12, 2017 Category: Letter From The President, LFG, Newsletter, 2017

For a lot of people, 2016 was a challenging year. Following a year of contentious rhetoric on the primary campaign trail, the presidential election was perhaps even more divisive. We lost music icons Prince, David Bowie, and Leonard Cohen. Even Brad and Angelina - the epitome of the Hollywood love story gone right - announced that they would part ways. For a lot of people, 2016 was a challenging year. Following a year of contentious rhetoric on the primary campaign trail, the presidential election was perhaps even more divisive. We lost music icons Prince, David Bowie, and Leonard Cohen. Even Brad and Angelina - the epitome of the Hollywood love story gone right - announced that they would part ways. On a personal note, time is flying for the Lineweaver family. We sent our oldest daughter off to college at the Farmer’s School of Business at Miami of Ohio. She is actively pursuing a finance degree (I can’t imagine where she came up with that idea) with a minor in entrepreneurship. She made the rowing team, and is involved with the Wilks Institute for Leadership. Tyler turned 16 and is now driving (so keep in mind that the roads may be safer during school hours). He also made the JV basketball team and started his own landscaping business this  summer. Delaney is in 8th grade now and playing soccer, basketball, and is singing in show choir. So, while we’re sad to see 2016 go, we’re also excited for a new year, and new beginning. As we kick off 2

Economic Commentary: Winter 2017

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
January 12, 2017 Category: Economic Commentary, Winter 2017, Newsletter, Lineweaver

In many ways, 2016 has proven to be predictably unpredictable as highly covered events and predictions have not met up with outcomes (a few examples:  Growth concerns in China, Fed uncertainty, Global slowdown fears, and Brexit).  Q4 proved to be no different with the surprise election outcome of President-elect  Donald Trump, and  continued shifts in the political landscape abroad.  Optimism about  the incoming administration’s plans for fiscal stimulus through reduced taxes and increased infrastructure spending, along with a move toward deregulation in the financial industry, seemed to drive sentiment for Q4.  This positive sentiment was the primary driver of outperformance in the financial and industrial sectors, the expectation of nationalistic trade policies weighed on EM Equities, while positive sentiment surrounding U.S. equities drove investors out of Treasury and into U.S. equities, sending the yield on the 10-year Treasury Note to 2.37%. Some key highlights over the quarter:   · According to the second estimate of economic growth released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), third quarter GDP increased at an annual quarter-over-quarter rate of 3.2%.   · As expected, the Federal Open Market Committee announced in December  that they raised the federal funds rate by 0.25%.  It’s the first increase this year and just the second since June 2006.   · The post-election rall

Healthwatch: Winter 2017

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
January 12, 2017 Category: Healthwatch, Lineweaver, Newsletter

In a Japanese study that examined how to make the most of a nap, people who took a “coffee nap”—consuming about 200 milligrams of caffeine (the amount in one to two cups of coffee) and then immediately taking a 20-minute rest—felt more alert and performed better on computer tests than those who only took a nap. Why does this work? A 20-minute nap ends just as the caffeine kicks in and clears the brain of a molecule called adenosine, maximizing alertness. “Adenosine is a by-product of wakefulness and activity,” says Allen Towfigh, MD,  medical director of New York Neurology & Sleep Medicine. “As adenosine levels increase, we become more fatigued. Napping clears out the adenosine and, when combined with caffeine, an adenosine-blocker, further reduces its effects and amplifies the effects of the nap.” To read the full article, please go to

Letter From the President - Fall 2016

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 11, 2016 Category: Letter From The President, LFG, Newsletter, 2016

The Department of Labor has new rules which go into effect in April, 2017. The Fiduciary Rule requires retirement advisors to adhere to a fiduciary standard, putting the best interests of their clients first rather than their own. The new rule expands the types of retirement investment advice covered by fiduciary rules to include IRAs for the first time Previously brokers and advisors were held to a less rigid standard, and could recommend products that put their own profits ahead of the best interests of their clients.  The revised Fiduciary Rule will require retirement brokers to be more accountable for the advice they provide to their clients, making sustainable retirement income more likely for many retirees. The important point is that as a fiduciary, we are required to act in the best interest of our clients. This means that any advice and recommendations must be driven by what is best for you and cannot be influenced by any other considerations. The fiduciary standard also requires advisers to maintain the expertise to both thoroughly understand clients’ financial situations as well as the variety of options available to help them meet their financial goals. One of the more beneficial impacts of the new rules will be consolidation in the industry and less qualified advisors will fall by the wayside. All the better. The investing public will only benefit from an increased standard of care and the protections afforded under the Department of Labor rules. I

Economic Commentary - Fall 2016

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 11, 2016 Category: Economic Commentary, Fall 2016, Newsletter, Lineweaver

For many, the end-of-summer months of July, August and September brings warmer weather, vacation and time with family.  At the end of Q3, investors were treated to some calm as light trading activity was met with modest gains across stocks and the Fed decided not to change rates on September 22nd.  Despite volatility through the first half of the year, Q3 brought much needed positive economic data, job growth and increases to investor sentiment.      Some key highlights over the quarter: Investors were encouraged by a solid upturn in US housing construction, driven in part by continued improvement in the job market. Late in the month, the US Commerce Department announced that new home sales had surged 12.4% in July and reached a nine-year high. International stocks rose during the quarter, as investors shifted towards equities given the low interest rate environment. Global financials, though, rallied during the month as uncertainty around Brexit eased and bank share prices began to rebound from prior lows. Volatility in oil prices and supply glut concerns caused swings in commodities.  Although some market participants anticipate a return to higher prices, they expect oil prices to settle into a new long-term average in the $40 to $50 per barrel range.  Emerging markets stocks rose for the third straight month in August as the prevalence of low or negative government debt yields across the developed world buoyed demand for

2016 Tax Planning and Updates

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 11, 2016 Category: Tax Planning, Newsletter, Q3, Lineweaver

There are some proven tax planning tips that can be applied each and every year. They are highly effective and proven to minimize your tax bill. Here is a brief highlight of the tax planning maneuvers you should be considering for 2016:   1) Defer Income: Income is taxed in the year it is received. Consider deferring year-end bonuses from employers to 2017 if that income will place you in a higher tax bracket in 2016. If you are self-employed, you may consider delaying billings until late December so that the payments are not received until 2017. Also consider accelerating income into 2016 if you will be in a lower tax bracket in the current tax year. 2) Charitable Deductions: You may wish to consider donating appreciated property (stocks or property) in lieu of cash. You achieve the double tax benefit of deducting the contributed asset at Fair Market Value and avoiding paying the capital gains tax on the built-up appreciation. 3) HSA: Consider setting up and contributing to a Health Savings Account. You may make a tax deductible contribution to a Self-Only HSA of $3,350 or a family HSA of $6,750 (plus an additional $1,000 if age 55+). You must have a minimum annual deductible of $1,300 in an individual plan or $2,600 as a family plan. 4) Loss Harvesting: Offset capital gains on sales of stocks or mutual funds by selling investments that you are holding at an unrealized loss. Gains are offset dollar-for-dollar against losses and you may deduct

Healthwatch

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
October 11, 2016 Category: Healthwatch, Lineweaver, Newsletter

  New Brain Training Technique Used at the Olympics This year’s summer Olympics in Rio gave way to a brand new form of fitness. Halo Sport, a set of headphones designed to stimulate the brain’s motor cortex, was used by several of the athletes who competed in this year’s games. The company behind this invention, Halo Neuroscience, compare it to the way good nutrition supports a healthy body and strong muscles. Click the link below to see the full article, as well as a video of the Olympic athletes who used it and their

Avoiding Phishing Scams

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
July 11, 2016 Category: Newsletter

Did you know, according to the Radicati Group, a technology market research firm, the average person sends and receives over 100 emails per day?  We use email more and more each day for coupon codes to our favorite stores and restaurant reservations--as well as the transmittal of sensitive information, such as banking and credit card information.  If you’re not careful with your email, you could fall prey to phishing scams. Phishing scams are attempts to acquire sensitive information, such as usernames, passwords, credit card details, social security numbers, bank account numbers, etc.  Those behind the scams design fake websites with the look and feel of legitimate websites in an attempt to lure you to input your information.  If you receive an email that asks you for personal information from a source that should already have that information, the best thing you can do is NOT click on any links and call the company the email appears to be from.  Don’t use any numbers provided in the questionable email--dig out a statement or log in to your account separately to find a customer service number.  It might be a hassle, but it’s a hassle that could save your identity from being stolen. Make sure your computer is up-to-date with firewalls and security software--such as anti-virus, anti-spam, and spyware detection.  You’ll also want to verify that your browser is updated with the latest version, as older versions may ha

Brexit and It's Impact on You

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
July 11, 2016 Category: Newsletter, Brexit Update

One thing we have all learned is that the markets do not like uncertainty. While we think the impact of Brexit for U.S. investors is negligible, the uncertainty surrounding Brexit could be with us for a while. Brexit is more of a political event than economic centered around dissatisfaction with EU imposed immigration policies. Economic effect will be limited here. U.S. stocks are driven by domestic economic outlook and corporate earnings. Globalization has helped our economy grow; in reality our economy is more closely linked to domestic growth vs. global growth. Consumer spending is the biggest driver of our economy, rounded out by government spending and private investment, leaving only a small share to net exports. This is in sharp contrast to other economies. Our thought is that there will not be more damage to U.S. stock prices than has already been done, and that has already fully reversed. We do expect greater weakness in European stocks. U.S. bond yields are down even further and could remain as the Fed will likely further delay a rate increase. Brexit could cause a slowdown in Europe in 2017 and cause increased volatility if any other countries choose to exit the EU. We removed the European fund from our more aggressive portfolios prior to the Brexit vote and we will continue to monitor the situation and keep our clients up to date with these changes and adjust our managed portfolios

Letter from the President- Summer 2016

Posted By Lineweaver Financial Group
July 11, 2016 Category: Newsletter, Letter From The President

Remember the old adage no news is good news? I find myself turning off the radio and TV sometimes because there is too much news, and unfortunately the media seems fixated on reporting the sad and tragic events in our society with little mention of the good around us.  One of the most memorable stories I heard come out during the presidential nomination campaigns was of a kindergarten teacher. She commented that what she tries to teach her kindergartners is exactly the opposite she sees coming from the candidates.  Sad but true.  If you think rhetoric of presidential election has been harsh just wait. Things will probably get worse as the party conventions close and the election gets closer. In my opinion it is unnecessary and only adds to concerns about the market and the economy moving forward. Don’t be surprised if the market volatility increases as the rhetoric heats up. We think the volatility will pass will pass in time. You may not like either candidate, but try and remain positive on America. The economy in general is doing well. Growth may not be as robust as we would like, but it beats the alternative as they say. We believe volatility of market is not a reaction to our domestic economy but uncertainty with the election, growth in other parts of the world, and global terrorism. Uncertainty creates volatility, and we have our share of it. Unfortunately our 24/7 news cycle heightens our awareness of the ills of our society.  My advice to

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