One of the benefits in working with local professionals – such as the Granite Wealth team – is the fact that we all live in the same area. It is likely you’ll bump into one of the team members out and about at one of the many activities in the area. We love when our clients drop by for a visit, and if you’ve got a question, give us a call or shoot us an email. We’re here for you. As we come up on our nation’s birthday, we thought it would be great to focus on things that make the Central Valley special.
People move to the area for a number of reasons. Our rich agricultural landscape. Proximity to the Bay Area, Sierras and beyond. And, diverse employment opportunities. All while maintaining a small town feel. There are many aspects of the Central Valley to be celebrated. One such thing is the sense of community that so many of us have. Things like Graffiti night, the Gallo Center for the Arts, youth sports, the Oakdale Rodeo, Stanislaus County Fair, the Almond Blossom Festival, and even FFA groups & events.
In this newsletter, we focus on some things that make our area special and provide you with information on how to be more engaged in our community.
The Granite team wishes you and your family a Happy 4th of July.
MoBand. Concert in the Park. These words mean more than just a way to spend a Thursday night. In a ritual that has been happening for 98 years, Mo Band is one thing that makes our area unique.
Connecting through Volunteering, Charity and Community
Why are we sharing this in a financial planning newsletter? There are three great reasons.
Midyear Outlook for 2017
- Monetary policy
- Business fundamentals
- Economic growth
- Fiscal policy
The report also includes the themes that the LPL research team will be watching in the second half of 2017.
Take a look at the report and reach out to the Granite Wealth team if you’d like to discuss.