A recent survey asked foundations and endowments about how much risk they're willing to take to get their target return. Can you guess what the results found?
Stephanie Watts was born and raised in Liberty, Kentucky. Ms. Watts graduated from University of the Cumberlands in 2012 with a Bachelors in Science in Public Health and Human Services.
Ms. Watts joined Unified Trust in 2015 as the Wealth Management Receptionist. She currently serves as Client Administrative Specialist for the Wealth Management team.
She received the Financial Paraplanner Qualified Professional (FPQP™) from the College for Financial Planning in 2017 and the Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF®) in 2018.
Ms. Watts is responsible for assisting Financial Investment Advisors with client meeting documents, including account reviews and new account openings. Ms. Watts also assists the business team by assembling prospect proposals and helping establish new client relationships.
Blog Posts From This Team Member
Like a complex recipe, planning for retirement can have a lot of ingredients with a lot of instructions. To enjoy a successful retirement, you need all the ingredients, in the right amounts and in the correct order.
I can’t tell you how many times I was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up. I can’t tell you all the ways people my age planned to spend their fortune when they became a superstar. I can tell you, however, that not one of those people ever mentioned saving for retirement. That was the last thing on any millennial child’s mind. But, we’re adults now.
What’s the difference between a market storm watch and a market storm warning? What factors are we looking at? On any given day you can look at the radar and see some storms brewing somewhere in the country.