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LPL Financial
LPL Financial

SOCU is pleased to give our members access to a source for additional investment products offered through LPL Financial. These products include retirement planning, college savings and other investment options. A representative from LPL Financial is available at our Streator offices by appointment on Friday afternoons. To set up an appointment with the LPL representative, phone 673-5577.

The Fine Print
Securities & Insurance products offered through LPL Financial & its affiliates, Member FINRA/SIPC. Not NCUA Insured. No Credit Union Guarantee . May Lose Value.

Contact Information
LPL Branch office is located at 613 1st St. #1B, LaSalle, IL
Streator Onized Credit Union is not a broker/dealer and is not affiliated with LPL Financial.

The Case for Stocks

No matter what the short-term brings, stocks may offer long-term growth potential.

The dramatic rise in the S & P 500® Index since its March 2009 low – and recent pullbacks – have some investors considering taking money out of stocks. Others who bailed or trimmed their holdings after the last downturn may be wondering if it’s wise to get back in.

No one knows what will happen in the short term. But the reality is that stocks have proven their ability to provide investors with growth potential over the long term. And with rising costs and longer lives, most of us will likely need portfolio growth. So, take a minute to weigh some fundamental, technical, and strategic reasons to consider the role stocks play in your portfolio.

  1. Valuations look reasonable
  2. The U.S. economy is improving
  3. Global opportunities
  4. Stocks offer growth potential

As an SOCU member, you are eligible for a free no-obligation consultation with an LPL Financial advisor. Appointments can be made at SOCU.