The emergence of the world economy from the shackles of the Covid-19 Pandemic is creating some concerns among the pundits about interest rates and the prospect of “hyperinflation”.
2020 was most certainly a year to remember, or perhaps one that most would prefer to forget.
Now that the market indices have recovered just about all of what was lost in the February 19 to March 23 period, the most obvious questions is “Now what do I do?”
The equity markets may have bottomed in late March after dropping more than 30% in just a few weeks.
The sensational TV coverage regarding the “Negative price of oil” is a classic example of the kind of “clickbait” that runs rampant in the financial news.
For most of us, risk tolerance resides somewhere between complacency and fear, and an effective long-term strategy should take all possible scenarios into account.
The commentary below was taken from our quarterly market letter that was published in April 2009 at the end of the financial crisis. I thought it would add some perspective to the current situation. THE WORST IS OVER, AND OPPORTUNITY […]
The markets will continue to be volatile because we are in uncharted territory