- 01-30-2012 - Paisley Financial Announces new locations
in Chicago and Oakbrook Illinois
To better serve you we have opened new locations in Chicago & Oakbrook Illinois in addition to our Homer Glen Location.
- 08-03-2011 - Paisley Financial
Releases 2012 Macroeconomic Outlook Report
Paisley Releases 2012 Outlook Report - Click to Read Full Report
08-09-2010 - Paisley Financial Launches New Website:
Paisley Financial Releases August 2011 Macroeconomic Outlook Report. Paisley Financial presents an examination of the Japanese lost decade alongside the U.S monetary and fiscal course since 2008.
This report relies on the framework of the U.S economy in a "balance sheet" recession. The premise rests on the belief that until U.S households reduce their debt and generate real income growth, they are not in a position to drive a self-sustaining economic recovery.
Monetary policy (including quantitative easing (QE)) produced limited results in generating real economic growth. The issue is not so much the supply of funds as it is the demand for credit and lack of qualified borrowers. Expansive fiscal policy through increased government budget deficits now exists primarily as, the lever to raise economic activity, transfer real financial assets to the private sector and ease the pain of the deleveraging cycle. This current state of affairs now risks sending the economy into a double-dip recession by pulling the wrong policy lever.
Paisley Financial is a Registered Investment Advisor. They are comprised of experienced financial professionals focusing on highly personalized financial services and investment strategies for executives and high net worth individuals. Their hallmark is their Trilateral Active Management approach. TAM encompasses all of their actively managed fixed income, equity, currency, and commodity trading strategies into a model that will efficiently adapt with volatility, growth, recessive interruptions or trends.
We are very excited about the launch of our new website. Some new features you will find are a special News & Research Section, Client Account access and a lot more information that will help you with your investment understanding. Take a few moments to look around and as always we respect your feedback.05-06-2010 - Dow Drops 1000 Points Intraday:
Stocks in the United States plunged by more than 9% in the afternoon, then gained back all but 2% of the drop before dropping again to finish down over 3%. The DJIA had its biggest intraday drop ever (998.50 points) and finished down 3.2%. Proctor and Gamble was down almost 40% intraday but finished down 2.2%. There was very little explanation by mainstream media such as it being a fat finger error but that remains skeptical in our view. With volatility rising I'm sure we have not seen the end of this any time soon. Now is the time to make sure you pay a little more attention to your assets.