2021 Market Update: Hindsight Wasn't 2020 - Carroll Financial
February 11, 2021

2021 Market Update: Hindsight Wasn’t 2020


(0:00 – 2:07)       Welcome by Kris Carroll
(2:07 – 17.10)     Top Tips for a Healthy Heart with Dr. Paul Colavita
(17.10 – 29:10)   Carroll Financial Updates & 2020 Market Overview
(29:10 – 35:54)   2020 Report Card Grading
(35:54 – 46:38)   2021 Predictions
(46:38 – 1:11:31) Q&A


We hope you enjoy watching our 2021 Market Update: Hindsight Wasn’t 2020

We kicked off the event with Dr. Paul Colavita sharing his top tips for a healthy heart and then Kris Carroll and Patrick Bobbins reviewed and graded our 2020 market predictions and made new predictions for what they expect to see in 2021. They concluded the event by answering questions from clients.

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The HEARTest Yard Fund

For every view we receive of our 2021 Market Update, Carroll Financial will donate $1 to The HEARTest Yard Fund at Levine Children’s Hospital which is part of Greg Olsen’s R4R Foundation.

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The HEARTest Yard Congenital Heart Center

The Region’s First Neurodevelopmental Program Of Its Kind

Thanks to modern medicine, “heart kids” – children with congenital heart defects – are living longer than ever before. But as these kids continue to defy the odds, they’re facing unexpected educational and behavioral challenges – challenges that often aren’t addressed or even diagnosed until later in life.

In December 2020, Atrium Health opened its new pediatric heart center with a $2.5 million donation from former Carolina Panthers player, and now retired NFL player, Greg Olsen.

Since 2013, The HEARTest Yard, an initiative of Receptions for Research: The Greg Olsen Foundation, has been joining forces with Levine Children’s Hospital and Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute to support families of children with congenital heart disease. And now, with the launch of the region’s first neurodevelopmental program of its kind, they’re taking the next step to help these children not just survive but thrive into adulthood.

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Disclosures: The charitable entities and/or fundraising opportunities described herein are not endorsed by or affiliated with Cetera Advisor Networks or its affiliates. Our philanthropic interests are personal to us and are not reviewed, sponsored or approved by Cetera.

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