Recent Market Volatility


Answering the question: should you be concerned with the recent volatility in financial markets.

Investors should not be concerned by recent volatility.

1) Equity investors should have 10+ year time horizons

2) Trying to time or predict short-term direction of the markets is likely to lead to sub-optimal outcomes.

3) Volatility is up but still within a reasonable range relative to historical averages.

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