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As police officers and fire fighters stand committed to protecting the public,
Public Safety Financial/Galloway stands committed to serving the financial needs of public servants.

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Founded in 1999 by Mike Galloway, a United States Marine Corps veteran and retired
Mesa Police Lieutenant. Public Safety Financial/Galloway has a clear mission.
Address the specialized issues surrounding government pensions, DROP rollovers,
deferred compensation, and investment accounts. We offer a “one-stop” solution
for public servants’ investment needs.

With over 280 years of combined public safety expertise
and over 260 years of financial service experience, the Public Safety Financial/Galloway team
is deeply invested in your family’s financial success.

For more information, please call 877.778.2351.

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PSF/Galloway Market Update
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August 15 - 19, 2016

Last week was another relatively quiet one for the S&P 500 as the index finished down -0.01% for the week. The S&P is up +0.66% so far in August and +8.37% YTD (through August 19).

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) was released on Tuesday and showed that inflation remains very tame at +0.8% year-over-year. Excluding the more volatile components of CPI (Food & Energy), the index is up +2.2% from last year however, which is in line with the Fed’s target inflation rate of 2%. Even though the Fed uses the PCE (Personal Consumption Expenditure) deflator rather than CPI as a measure of inflation, the two are closely correlated and an increase in one usually suggests that the other will follow.

The FOMC also released the minutes from their July meeting on Wednesday in which there seemed to be some agreement on the necessity of a rate increase but disagreement on its timing. The continued improvement in the labor market, indications of upward wage pressures, a strong Industrial Production report last week and inflation trending toward the desired target are all arguments in favor of a more hawkish Fed. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth (+1.2% y/y) however is the last key item on the Federal Open Market Committee’s check list that does not yet pass muster. The fact that most analysts expect to see a pick-up in GDP in the second half of the year however would point to an increase in the Fed fund rate sooner rather than later.
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Public Safety Financial/Galloway added 2 new photos — at MGM Grand Las Vegas.

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While working the PSF/Galloway booth, RVP Chris Hoerchler and Advisor Mike Acevedo stop for some pictures!
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Public Safety Financial/Galloway at MGM Grand Las Vegas.

Great night celebrating Frank Lima’s Executive Board election for Vice-President 10th District.

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Colette NelsonChristopher you look good. Are you by Paul? I believe you are but can't find my trifocals. He always looks the same. I thought he would still be in Tucson guarding the dorm.

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JJ Watt not only tears it up on the football field but is also willing to see what our true hero's go through on the day to day grind!
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Millions idolize JJ Watt on the field as a hero, but watch as he heads back to his hometown fire station with his dad to Beat the Heat and pay tribute to som...

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PSF/Galloway @ 53rd IAFF Convention in Las Vegas. Congratulations Aaron Lenchanko, Secretary-Treasurer Hawaii Fire Fighters Association (HFFA), the first winner of a Jack Daniels bottle. Visit PSF/Galloway representatives at our booth #437 to drop your name in fishbowl and you may be the next lucky winner!
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PSF/Galloway proud sponsors of the 53rd IAFF Convention. Chris Hoerchler and Mike Acevedo enjoy a proud picture moment with IAFF General President Harold Schaitberger.
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PSF/Galloway Market Update

August 8 - 12, 2016

We had a mostly flat market last week (+0.05%), reflecting the lack of market moving news. The Dow Jones, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq index all closed at all-time highs on Thursday, an event that had not happened since December 31, 1999. The S&P is now up +0.61% in August and +8.32% for the year.

Of note was the jobless claims report which remains near its historical low coming in at 266,000 new claim. July retail sales however were weak as they showed no growth over all. Auto sales (which are a component of the retail sales report) did improve by +1.1% in July. The fact that consumers continue to spend on big ticket items shows confidence and is a good omen for the near future growth of the economy. Finally, the Producer Price Index (PPI) fell in July and is now down -0.4% year over year.

Despite the strong job report, the combination of low sales and lack of inflation do not make the case for an increase in the Fed fund rate when the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) reconvenes on September 21.
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PSF/Galloway Market Update

August 1 - 5, 2016

After a flat week from 7/25 through 7/29 the S&P 500 restarted its course to higher heights to close the week at an all-time high. The index is up +0.49% so far in August and +8.19% for the year.

The preliminary reading for second quarter Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth came out on July 29 at a disappointing +1.2%. That was less than half the consensus which stood at +2.6%. The market’s reaction to the disappointment was fairly muted however as the underlying details were positive:
• Consumer spending came in at +4.2%, two and a half time higher than first quarter growth. That’s a clear sign of confidence coming from what makes up 70% of GDP growth.
• Inventories were down sharply. In other words, businesses chose to sell their inventories rather than produce more goods. That fact effectively put a lid on second quarter growth, but “lean inventories point ahead to new accumulation which is a plus for future production and employment.” (Econoday).
• Net exports rose at +1.4% y/y which had not happened since the first quarter of 2015.

As further sign that our economy is still humming along, Friday’s Employment Situation report indicated that non-farm payroll surged by 255,000 new jobs in July. June numbers were also revised upward +5,000 and are now at 292,000. Most of the report looked positive, from labor participation, which increased to 62.8%, and y/y hourly earnings, which rose +2.6%, to the increase in hours worked which came in at 34.5 hours per week. “Slack is diminishing in the labor market and the pop higher in earnings could be a sign of things to come.” (Econoday)
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Please join PSF/Galloway as we discuss Pension Reform and GPS!

August 11th
Tucson Police Department
There will be 2 sessions: 9:30am-11:30am OR 2-4PM

Please RSVP by email to 411@galloway911.com or call 480-325-8668 to reserve your spot!

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Public Safety Financial/Galloway at Dodger Stadium.

PSF/Galloway team enjoying good company and a great ball game!

Left to right:
RVP Chris Hoerchler, COO Nanette Eberhardt, Advisors Brad Standage and Mike Acevedo, CEO Mike Galloway.

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Public Safety Financial/Galloway shared 12 News's video — in Chandler, Arizona.

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Chandler Fire and Police Recruits switch roles for the day to see behind the scenes of how the other keeps our communities safe!

Great video featuring our very own Casey Johnston!

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Future firefighters cross-trained with future police officers and it was great.

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