Lori Cousineau-Weaver & Pacific Point Advisors to Launch Quarterly Economic Indicators Blog

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Renton, Washington financial advisor firm to track top 15 leading and lagging indicators as an easy-to-use resource for investment planning.

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Lori Cousineau-Weaver, marketing consultant for Pacific Point Advisors

While each investment has its specific indicators, the larger U.S. economy always plays some role.

Seattle-area financial advisor firm Pacific Point Advisors has launched a new blog, which will include a quarterly report of the U.S. Economy’s Leading Economic Indicators. This recurring report will monitor the Top 15 leading and lagging indicators, curated into one blog for easy access by investors of all types by marketing consultant Lori Cousineau-Weaver.

Cousineau-Weaver explained the thinking behind the new blog series. “Important data points and trends impact every investment strategy. While each investment has its specific indicators, the larger U.S. economy always plays some role. For this reason, Pacific Point Advisors wanted to start tracking these Top 15 economic indicators.”

The firm’s CEO & CCO Norm Weaver commented, “I’m pleased to be sharing just some of the data we look at on a regular basis, and very glad these Top 15 Indicators will be accessible as a recurring blog series on our website.”

The Top 15 Economic Indicators blog series will track seven leading indicators and eight lagging indicators. The leading indicators include: stock markets, manufacturing activity, inventory levels, retail sales, building permits, housing market, and new business startups, The lagging indicators include: Gross domestic product (GDP), income and wages, unemployment rate, consumer price index (CPI), currency strength, interest rates, balance of trade, and dollar-based commodities like gold and silver. The blog series will be available at the firm’s website, http://www.pacificpointadvisors.com.

ABOUT PACIFIC POINT ADVISORS
The overarching investment philosophy of Pacific Point Advisors, led by CEO/CCO Norm Weaver, is to build diversified portfolios that seek to identify investment opportunities that correlate to each client’s targeted risk profile. By asking the right questions and carefully listening to client’s goals, the RIA firm constructs personalized solutions for clients.

The core tenets of the company’s philosophy include a well-diversified portfolio across all economic environments and market conditions, utilizing an array of investment strategies and portfolio construction techniques to meet client needs. These approaches include but are not limited to: Active and passive investment strategies, tax aware and tax efficient portfolio construction, and multiple investment structures.

ABOUT NORM WEAVER
With almost 40 years in the financial industry, Norm Weaver has seen many of his clients achieve their dreams and goals. He uses a disciplined and integrated approach to his areas of focus including retirement, estate and tax planning, as well as wealth preservation. He is a graduate of Franklin University with a BA in Business Management and spent a large part of his career as a Senior VP with American Express and Ameriprise, before returning to a financial advisor role in 2001. Weaver is a husband and father to four sons. He enjoys boating, golf and traveling and is a member of the Seattle Yacht Club.

ABOUT LORI COUSINEAU-WEAVER
Separate from her marketing consulting role with Pacific Point Advisors, Lori Cousineau-Weaver is a women-in-business thought leader who is in discussions with publishing companies to write a book on her nearly 30 years of experience leading teams in the male-driven financial services industry. She is also considering regular columns in print and online publications as well as accepting requests for speaking engagements. You can follow her and get more information on her personal website at http://www.lori-cousineau-weaver.com.

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