Nicolet National Bank Webinar Series

Nicolet Wealth Management Webinar Series

Eric Vanden Heuvel, Greater Green Bay Chamber, talks with Nicolet Wealth Management August 21, 2020 – Eric Vanden Heuvel, VP of Talent and Education at The Greater Green Bay Chamber and Board President of the Green Bay Area Public School District, joined Anthony Wilhelms for a conversation at this Nicolet Wealth Management Webinar. Watch Video Nicolet Wealth Management …

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Eric Radzak

Conversation with Nicolet’s Eric Radzak and Adam Longlais

 Anthony Wilhelms hosts a conversation with Eric Radzak, Corporate Development Officer at Nicolet National Bank and Adam Longlais, Senior Investment Officer at Nicolet Wealth Management. Topics include: What have we learned from the 2nd quarter earnings season? Why haven’t financial stocks recovered like the rest of the market? How are banks positioned today versus …

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Economic commentary

Market Update from Nicolet Wealth Management

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to create uncertainty in our lives, we will work hard to provide you with timely insights on economic conditions.  Thank you for your continued confidence in Nicolet. The capital markets continue to digest the negative impact that COVID-19 and social distancing are having on the economy.  We have seen the …

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Economic commentary

Market Update from Nicolet Wealth Management

Global equity markets have now entered into a bear market, which is defined as at least a 20% drawdown from the high point or peak. Fear of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the uncertainty of a potential GDP recession have driven the price of stocks and other risk assets lower. However, investors with diversified portfolios have …

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Economic commentary

What is driving our outlook for less-risky risk assets? Viewpoints, March 2020

As China struggles with short-term growth impacts from COVID-19 and ongoing tariff headwinds, the U.S.’s relatively smaller exposure to Asia has positioned it for an upside surprise. Meanwhile, global central banks are poised to maintain current accommodative policy and even increase it if geopolitical events pressure the economy or financial markets. What else is driving …

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