Between the late-February market selloff due to Coronavirus fears and the record highs achieved in January, I’ve spent a lot of time this year fielding questions about whether it might be time to pull out of the markets. Surprising, right? But both rise in performance and a drop in performance can spark the same kinds […]
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Back in April, I shared my thoughts with you about the theory and practice of trade wars. This was a hot topic that I was getting a lot of questions about, and I’d like to revisit it now that we’re a few months into trade negotiations. Specifically, one of the things that has people confused […]
If you’ve spent any time watching market news this year, you’ve likely experienced the roller coaster of recent stock performance. I’ve had a lot of questions about whether it’s different this time, or whether we’re heading for a tough correction. There are a lot of factors involved in this year’s market volatility, but that doesn’t […]
If you’re reading this, you probably know that the market has been volatile lately, to say the least. Recently the DOW was down about 14 percent off the high and the index had its worst month in over five years. ~ Do you know where your financial advisor is? When the going gets tough, a […]
Market Volatility and Your Emotions When dealing with a volatile market, sometimes the most difficult challenge is to manage your emotions. If you decide you need to re-examine your game plan, it should be done with… (Read More) .