Recent volatility has reinforced the benefit of staying the course. Trying to time the market to miss the worst days requires two decisions – getting out and getting in. It’s hard to get one correct, let alone both.
The typical news cycle about the upcoming elections, low returns and high volatility have caused concern among many investors unsure about how to best position their portfolio. Four key habits of some of the most successful investors may help.
Help your clients recognize the silver lining of market volatility: The opportunity to invest more at a lower price and reap the potential rewards in retirement.
Leverage the latest Investor newsletter to help clients look past dubious market patterns and instead stick to their long-term investment plan.
Recent market volatility has many advisors working overtime to help prevent clients from making knee-jerk decisions. The latest Investor newsletter can help in those discussions.
Risk can be good or bad, it essentially means we don’t know what’s going to happen in the future.
The adage “Keep calm and carry on” has become ubiquitous, but recent market volatility proves the sentiment can be useful for investors, too.