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February 2020: Market Decline Updates

February 2020: Market Decline Updates

"Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength." - Corrie Ten Boom There’s an old adage that says that the market takes the stairs up and the elevator down. And what that means is that there are sometimes in history spectacular events...

February 2020: Volatility

February 2020: Volatility

Every single year there is some kind of market volatility. It is normal for there to be ups and downs. Therefore, preparing ourselves for it early on is the key. We know it’s going to happen, so we will have a multiple year strategy in mind at all times.

2019 Year-End Review

2019 Year-End Review

"Far more money has been lost by investors preparing for corrections, or trying to anticipate corrections, than has been lost in corrections themselves." - Peter Lynch   The big lesson for 2020, because it is an election year, is to keep our politics out of our...

Humility About The Future

Humility About The Future

There are no absolutes in life. When you find yourself making absolute statements, check yourself – are you experiencing a bias or do you need to have some humility about what you’re saying? Then take the next step, which is questioning, is this bias is this helping me or hurting me and is it true?

End of Quarter Review

End of Quarter Review

"Optimism is Pessimism about the dangers of Pessimism" -Tyler Cowen I recorded this month’s video on Monday September 30th, the last day of the quarter.  Not only do I give a recap of what happened in the 3rd quarter, but I also reference my previous two newsletters...

Volatility and Yield Curve

Volatility and Yield Curve

Many folks are worried about market volatility and yield curve. Whether it’s an inherent worry or a byproduct of negative news coverage, it’s helpful to know what you should really worry about.

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