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Bespoke Investments August 5, 2019

Putting Monday’s Market Drop In Context

It would be hard to miss the news frenzy over Monday’s market drop. The major stock indexes closed down August 5, the result of accelerating trade tensions and a slowing global economy. But it’s important to keep it all in context. Market pullbacks like this are not unusual. Analysts at Bespoke Investment Group tell us […]

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What Do Market Declines “Mean”? You May Be Surprised To Learn

“The market is down!” says the panicked caller. “What does that mean?” We’ve had more than a few of those calls recently with clients (and a few with relatives and friends too!). Of course, we never know what will happen in the future. But we do know that while some market declines foreshadow future problems, […]

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Don’t Turn Market’s Temporary Pullbacks Into Permanent Losses

The markets have gotten off to a rough start in 2016, giving investors the equivalent of a nasty New Year’s Eve hangover. Market corrections are normal occurrences in the investing world, taking place about once per year on average. Nonetheless, absolutely no one enjoys the stress, anxiety, and abject fear they can create. But how investors react to […]

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