Archivo: May 2018

Gregory Kushner accepted into Forbes Finance Council

05/14/2018 • ​Awards, Press, Team Post

Gregory Kushner, Senior Managing Director and Chairman of Lido Advisors, LLC has been accepted into the Forbes Finance Council, an invitation-only community for executives in accounting, financial planning, wealth and asset management and investment firms. Greg joins other Forbes Finance Council members, who are hand-selected, to become part of a curated network of successful peers and […]

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Market Update May 2018 – Inflation fear is back

05/10/2018 • Newsletters

Published 5.10.2018 The trickle-down theory is boosting inflation. Core PCE inflation of 1.9% in March is just shy of the Fed’s 2% target and signals a clear normalization of interest rate policy. Tax cuts and US fiscal risks. The hope that tax cuts will create a “growth offset” to counterbalance the falling tax receipts is still yet to […]

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Alyssa Weinberger featured in LA Business Journal

05/11/2018 • Press, Team Post
Alyssa Weinberger

STYLE | Accounting for Taste By Diane Haithman | Los Angeles Business Journal Alyssa Weinberger Photo by Thomas Wasper   Published Friday, May 11, 2018   No need to tell Alyssa Weinberger, senior managing director at Lido Advisors in Century City, about the value of a dollar. She’s a third generation CPA, in the same field […]

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Vision Magazine interviews Greg Kushner, founder of Lido Advisors, LLC

05/02/2018 • Press, Team Post

Greg Kushner – Lido Advisors LLC Holistically helping the ‘haves’ become ‘have-mores’ Written by: Neil Cote Produced by: Nick Randall   The rich get richer, it’s said. After all, it takes money to make money. While that’s no given, there’s still an element of truth to those statements, Greg Kushner would acknowledge. Only that’s no casus belli for class […]

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Jeff Garden quoted on the impact of Higher Interest Rates in the The Wall Street Journal

05/16/2018 • Press, Team Post

U.S. Stocks Rise, Led by Retailers Macy’s shares surge; Treasury yields remain near recent highs By Amrith Ramkumar and David Hodari Wednesday, May 16th 2018 “More investors now are anticipating three additional Federal Reserve interest-rate increases this year compared with the central bank’s previous projection of two. Higher rates tend to push up borrowing costs and Treasury […]

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