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General Thoughts on Equity Market Volatility

General Thoughts on Equity Market Volatility

From time to time, we publish our thoughts on current market events to provide clients with insights into these events and how they relate to our investment outlook and their portfolio, but we thought this would be a good time to provide our thoughts on volatility in the equity market in general.  Over the years we have received questions on a wide range of topics, but at the end of the day the question most people are asking is – I think something bad is about to happen, should I sell my stocks?  The answer, if you are positioned properly heading into any market volatility, is no.

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Why the “Trump Rally” May Not Translate To Your Portfolio

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The strong rise in the stock market, led by big gains in the financials, energy, and industrials sectors, has dominated the news recently. Dubbed by some as the “Trump Rally,” widespread anticipation of less regulation, lower taxes, and pro-growth policies have pushed major stock indexes to record highs. While the most aggressive, risk-on investors have reaped the full scope of these gains, the effects on the retirement and brokerage accounts of the average investor have been more moderate. The reason why is simple.

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Are You Sabotaging Your Returns?

In theory, successful long-term investing seems pretty straightforward: buy a diversified set of companies with solid business prospects and reasonable valuations, patiently monitor them over years or even decades, and watch your money grow. Simple, right? If only it were that easy.

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