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Explore: 2020 2nd Quarter Newsletter

Condor Capital Management Listed in investor.com’s 2020 Top 100 Financial Advisor Firms in Colorado

Condor Capital Management is pleased to announce our placement in investor.com’s 2020 Top 100 Financial Advisor Firms in Colorado ranking. This prestigious list marks top firms throughout the nation with at least one location in Colorado that have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to putting their clients’ best interests first and foremost.

The analysis for the list was conducted using data as of June 1, 2020 and investor.com’s latest Trust Algorithm update. Through this methodology, various data points collected from sources, such as the FINRA Broker Check, SEC IAPD, state regulator databases, and professional designation websites, are sorted and weighted individually to determine a star rating for each firm. Firms with a score of at least 85 points or higher, equivalent to a 4.5 star rating or more, qualify for the “Trusted by investor.com” badge.

For Condor Capital Management’s directory listing on investor.com, please click here.

Founded in 1988, Condor Capital Management is an employee-owned, SEC-registered investment advisor based in Martinsville, N.J., employing 20 professional and support staff. Since Condor is a fee-only investment management firm, its fees are based on portfolio size, not sales commissions or number of trades. As a true fiduciary, Condor is always working in a client’s best interests and utilizes an integrated approach to investment management that includes thorough financial planning advice on a complimentary, as-needed basis.

For more information on Condor Capital Management, please visit https://www.condorcapital.com or call 732-356-7323.

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Condor Capital Reviews 2nd Quarter 2020

Following a less-than-rosy start to the year, the second quarter of 2020 was marked by a strong rebound across financial markets. While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, or COVID-19, was still present, certain parts of the country experienced a steady decline in positive case counts and began the early stages of their re-opening phases. This, along with society adjusting to the new normal under quarantine more generally, has led to the start of a reversal in the unemployment rate and a rise in U.S. retail sales. Domestic equities responded positively to this news, with the S&P 500 Index gaining 20.54% during the quarter – the best quarterly return on record since 1998.

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