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Darpel & Howard Wealth Advisors

Darpel & Howard Wealth Advisors is an advisory firm located in Crestview Hills, Ky. Services include investment advisory services, high net worth planning, retirement income planning, estate planning and a variety of other financial services. Broker Dealer services are provided by LPL Financial, the nation’s largest independent broker dealer*. Advisory Services are offered through Independent Advisor Alliance. (IAA)

*As reported by Financial Planning magazine, June 1996-2020, based on total revenue.

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Our Services

Asset Management

Darpel & Howard Wealth Advisors is a “Hybrid” financial services Firm offering both fee-based managed accounts.

Estate Planning

Matt is committed to providing the most innovative and comprehensive estate planning service available.

IRAs and Retirement Planning

We provide a personalized blend of wealth management, wealth counseling services and enterprise retirement plans.

Long Term Care Planning

For many seniors and their families, planning for potential long term care expenses is an ever growing concern.

Asset Management

Darpel & Harrigan Wealth Advisors is a “Hybrid” financial services Firm offering both fee-based managed accounts.

Estate Planning

Life Insurance is an essential part of financial planning and can be a complicated matter with many different types of policies, riders and coverages available.

IRA’s and Retirement Planning

We provide a personalized blend of wealth management, wealth counseling services and enterprise retirement plans.

Long Term Care Planning

For many seniors and their families, planning for potential long term care expenses is an ever growing concern.

News & Resources

Treasuries: Who’s Buying and Why It Matters | Weekly Market Commentary | February 20, 2024

Treasuries: Who’s Buying and Why It Matters | Weekly Market Commentary | February 20, 2024

As the Federal Reserve (Fed) continues with its Quantitative Tightening (QT) program, questions abound regarding the Treasury Department’s expanding funding needs. The QT program is designed to reduce the Fed’s balance sheet — now $7.7 billion down from $9 billion — after Treasury notes (mostly) were bought after economic concerns intensified during the COVID-19-related pandemic. Households and, perhaps surprisingly, foreign investors have been buyers recently, and with the amount of Treasury supply coming to market, both will need to keep buying.

Outlook For U.S. Economy Continues To Brighten | Weekly Market Commentary | February 12, 2024

Outlook For U.S. Economy Continues To Brighten | Weekly Market Commentary | February 12, 2024

When we wrote the annual outlook last November, the data was mixed. Some metrics hinted at emerging cracks in the economy while others suggested the growth trajectory in capital markets and the economy had legs. So, the variety of the data produced the narrative that business activity in the New Year would grow on an annual basis but experience some bumps in the first half of the year. Now, enter the revisions.

Will The January Barometer Come Through? | Weekly Market Commentary | February 5, 2024

Will The January Barometer Come Through? | Weekly Market Commentary | February 5, 2024

Yale Hirsch, creator of the “Stock Trader’s Almanac”, first discovered this seasonal pattern back in 1972, which he called the January Barometer and coined its popular tagline of ‘As goes January, so goes this year.’ Here, we assess the likelihood that this popular stock market adage delivers more gains for investors this year. The weight of the evidence leans toward yes, as we explain.

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