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Various specialists at Commerce Trust Company dive into the latest research, insights and market news in Conversations with Commerce Trust. From deconstructing the headlines to foundational investment insights, this podcast is designed to help you understand how it impacts you and your family’s personal and financial goals.This podcast is designed to provide investment information for Commerce Trust Company clients. It is intended to provide general information only and is reflective of the opinions of the speakers and not necessarily of Commerce Bancshares, Inc. Always consult your legal and tax advisors. Not FDIC Insured | May Lose Value | No Bank Guarantee
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Commerce Trust Company Director of Investment Strategy Joe Williams summarizes the wild ride equities have had so far this year.
Commerce Trust Company Chief Economist Scott Colbert predicts what the economic bounce-back looks like in terms of growth
Our Director of Investment Research Barbara Turley gives her insight into what we do for our investor portfolios in times of market stress, like the current period during the COVID pandemic. 
If you haven’t filed your 2019 tax return but expect to file by July 15 per new IRS guidelines, what do you need to do?  That’s just one of the questions Commerce Trust Company East Region Tax Manager Tom Bassett, J.D., CPA, addresses in his informative podcast on deferred IRS tax deadlines and other financial considerations for your 2019 return.  The Coronavirus outbreak makes the tax season a moving target, but Tom’s insights may help you navigate strategies that can help your household or business.  
We have a brief update from our Chief Economist Scott Colbert on the growing effect of stimulus programs, and a deeper dive into what’s going on in the tax-exempt municipal bond market from our Director of Municipal Bond Management Brian Musielak
Listen as Commerce Trust Company's Investment Policy Team discusses the recent market turbulence and it's outlook on where the economy is headed.  TOPICS INCLUDE:■ Impact of coronavirus on the economy■ Oil crisis■ Stocks■ Financial marketsThe risk of loss and securities and other investments can be substantial. You should always carefully consider whether investments either entered into directly by you or on a discretionary managed basis through Commerce Trust Company or any financial institution is appropriate for you in light of your investment objectives, financial circumstances, tax status, your tolerance to risk and your investment experience. In considering whether to trade or invest, you should inform yourself and be aware of the risks. Generally, non-depository investments offered in connection with commerce bank and its affiliates are not guaranteed, are not FDIC insured and as noted earlier may lose value. Past performance is no guarantee of future results in the opinions and other information in the commentary provided as of this date and are subject to change. Information provided is for the purpose of general education, information or illustration only and is not to be treated as the opinion of Commerce Trust Company or Commerce Bank as a recommendation on any future investment or market behavior.Providing this information which may be a value to you or others in the general audience shall not detract from an investor's responsibilities to take all such steps and make all such inquiries as may be necessary or desirable to ensure that you fully understand and are familiar with any potential future investment. Neither commerce nor any of its officers, employees or agents have made any recommendation or given any advice as to the terms and profitability of any investment or market activity which may be referenced here. Accordingly, you understand that you are and shall at all times be fully responsible for any investment transaction you choose to enter into, and that you shall not have relied on any of the proceeding or following information from Commerce as a basis for an investment decision. Please also note that Commerce does not offer tax, legal or specific estate planning advice. And while we may provide information or express general opinions from time to time, such information or opinions are not offered as professional tax or legal advice. If you are in any doubt about the risks involved in any trading or investment arrangements or you are uncertain of or have not understood any aspect of this risk disclosure statement, you should seek independent professional advice. Markets, economic forecast and specific investments can change from time to time based on a variety of individual interrelated or complex factors of varying degree. This disclosure statement cannot of course disclose all the risks and other significant aspects of investments, economies, or markets in which you may elect to transact from time to time. You should therefore carefully study relevant investment arrangements in advance of making decisions regarding investing.
After many months of gridlock, progress is finally being made on several key issues that had been clouding the global economic outlook.  Should you “stay the course”?  Our Chief Economist, Scott Colbert discusses his economic outlook for 2020 touching on issues including the Chinese trade deal, what a "wealth effect" means and how he sees the stock market moving in 2020.https://www.commercetrustcompany.com/news-and-insights/2020/2020-market-outlook---stay-the-course
Disclosure: The risk of loss in securities and other Investments can be substantial. You should always carefully consider whether Investments either entered into directly by you, or on a discretionary managed basis through Commerce Trust or any financial institution, is appropriate for you, in light of your investment objectives, financial circumstances, tax status, your tolerance to risks and your investment experience. In considering whether to trade or invest, you should inform yourself and be aware of the risks generally. Non-depository investments offered in connection with Commerce Bank and its affiliates are not guaranteed, are not FDIC insured, and as noted earlier, may lose value. Past performance is no guarantee of future results, and the opinions and other information in the commentary are provided as of this date and are subject to change. Information provided is for the purpose of general education, information, or illustration only and is not to be treated as the opinion of Commerce Trust Company or Commerce Bank as a recommendation on any future investment or market behavior.Providing this information which may be of value to you or others in the general audience shall not detract from an investor’s responsibilities to take all such steps and make all such inquiries as may be necessary or desirable to ensure that you fully understand and are familiar with any potential future investment. Neither Commerce nor any of its officers, employees or agents have made any recommendation or given any advice as to the terms and profitability of any investment or market activity which may be referenced here. Accordingly, you understand that you are and shall at all times be, fully responsible for any investment transaction you choose to enter into, and that you shall not have relied on any of the preceding or following information from Commerce as a basis for an investment decision.Please also note that Commerce does not offer tax, legal or specific estate planning advice, and while we may provide information or express general opinions from time to time, such information or opinions are not offered as professional tax or legal advice. If you are in any doubt about the risks involved in any trading or investment arrangements or you are uncertain of or have not understood any aspect of this Risk Disclosure Statement, you should seek independent professional advice. Markets, economic forecasts and specific investments can change from time to time based on a variety of individual, interrelated or complex factors of varying degree. This disclosure statement cannot, of course, disclose all the risks and other significant aspects of investments, economies or markets in which you may elect to transact from time to time. You should therefore carefully study relevant investment arrangements in advance of making decisions regarding investing.December 2019 Commerce Trust Company is a division of Commerce Bank.
Presuming that maintaining your independence in your later years is a worthwhile objective, then maybe it’s time to meet your future self.
Chief Investment Strategist,  Joe Williams, Discusses Equities Outlook for the Second Half of 2019 including Domestic vs International and Tech vs Value. 
2019 Midyear Outlook: Director of Investment Research, Barbara Turley, discusses action items to take and the importance of actions to take rebalancing your investments in the face of a possible recession. 
Our Chief Economist, Scott Colbert discusses Commerce Trust Company's 2019 Midyear Outlook. Highlighting his views on the economy, including the trade war with China, inflation, interest rates, tariffs and the possibility of the economy growing in the second half of 2019. 
Commerce Trust Company Senior Financial Planner David Stubblefield, CFP, CDFA, has vicariously “retired” more than 600 times – through writing individual financial plans for his clients. Since you are likely to retire only once, David would like to share what he’s learned in a lifetime of retiring others. Doing anything hundreds of times more than others really does give you some perspective. So for you almost-retirees out there, put the worry beads down for a minute. Let David break it down for you so you can sleep at night.
Listen as Commerce Trust Company’s Director of Investment Research Barbara Turley discusses sustainable investments and how investors are including these impact investments in their portfolio successfully without sacrificing returns. 
Senior Vice President, Director of Investment Strategies Joe Williams, III, CFA® discusses International Stocks, bonds and possible headwinds heading into 2019. Recorded on January 30, 2019
Chief Economist and Director of Fixed Income Management, Scott Colbert, CFA® discusses the potential for the stock market and the possibility of a recession in 2019. 
Our Chief Economist and Director of Fixed Income Management, Scott Colbert, CFA®, discusses how the stock market affects our 2019 Outlook, “Pushing Forward” which promotes the idea that powering through the market’s dips and turns will require superior investment savvy along the way. 2019 will be a year to consult with your investment advisor and to rebalance portfolio assets as appropriate.Recorded on January 7, 2019 
Director of Investment Research, Barbara Turley, discusses asset allocation during market volatility and active versus passive asset management and how they fit into our 2019 Outlook, “Pushing Forward” which promotes the idea that powering through the market’s dips and turns will require superior investment savvy along the way. 2019 will be a year to consult with your investment advisor and to rebalance portfolio assets as appropriate. Recorded on January 8, 2019 
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