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October 26, 2022

Webinar: What Impact Will Midterm Elections Have on the Economy?

If the upcoming midterm election, rising inflation, interest, and unemployment rates, and talks of a recession have you feeling a bit uneasy – you’re not alone. Financial markets have seen much more volatility in 2022 than in previous years, but the good news is we are seeing more and more indicators pointing us to the light at the end of the tunnel. Check out the video below for an informational webinar discussing the current state of the market and how it can impact your financial outlook for the rest of 2022 and into 2023.

Hosted by Brad Scott, VP of Wealth Management by CommunityAmerica, and joined by guest speaker Tom Duffy, Client Portfolio Manager at Clark Capital.
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This presentation is for informational and educational purposes only and should not be viewed or taken as individualized investment advice. Consult with your financial advisor before making any investment decisions. Tom Duffy is an employee of Clark Capital. Brad Scott is an employee of Copper Financial Network, LLC (“Copper Financial”). Clark Capital and Copper Financial are unaffiliated. The opinions expressed during this presentation are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent those of Clark Capital, Copper Financial, or any of their respective affiliates. Neither Clark Capital nor Copper Financial provide legal or tax advice.

Securities and advisory services offered through Copper Financial Network (Copper Financial), LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC. Copper Financial is a SEC registered investment adviser. Copper Financial is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CommunityAmerica Credit Union. Wealth Management by CommunityAmerica is a marketing name used by Copper Financial. For important disclosures from Copper Financial, including our Form CRS, please visit here. Investment and insurance products, including annuities:

Are Not Deposits

Are Not NCUA or otherwise Federally Insured

Are Not Bank Guaranteed

May Lose Value