5 Smart Things To Do (that Many Won’t) In A Down-Market | Trust Point
Click Here to Select Your Login

5 Smart Things to do (that many won’t) in a Down-Market

Updated May 13, 2022

Yan Arsenault CFA®, CAIA, Chief Investment Officer

Markets move based on numerous variables that no one person can meaningfully control or even fully monitor. And when stock prices falter, the resulting steady drumbeat of negative news reports can drive many people to flee the markets out of fear (and miss out on potential gains as financial markets regain their strength). But when others are pessimistic, you can re-frame the situation as one of opportunity. Namely, you have the power to follow these suggested actions—which historically have resulted in success weathering market lows.

The opinions herein are those of Trust Point Inc, are made as of the date of this material, and are subject to change without notice. Trust Point uses its best efforts to compile its data from reliable sources, however, it does not warrant the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of any of the information provided. This publication is prepared for general information only. This material does not constitute investment advice and is not intended as an endorsement of any specific investment. Investors should seek advice regarding the appropriateness of investing in any securities or investment strategies discussed or recommended in this report and should understand that statements regarding future prospects may not be realized. All investing involves the risk of loss, including principal, a reduction in earnings, and the loss of future earnings. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Individual client portfolio positioning, performance and transactions therein can vary greatly based on factors including investment strategy, objective, limitations, risk tolerance, time horizon, asset composition, asset allocation and tax implications.
Share This Post

Yan Arsenault CFA®, CAIA, Chief Investment Officer