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Should You Change Your Investing Strategy?

Should You Change Your Investing Strategy?There is no one-size-fits-all answer, but tactical shifting might make sense   Wise investors alter their approaches as market cycles shift, from bull to bear to something in between. A consistent strategy might be far more risky than one that involves tactical shifts according to the season. Take most 13-year-old boys, who love wearing shorts and T-shirts. They love this so much that they wear this attire all year-round, no matter how cold it is o
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Investing in an Election Year

The world's events always affect the markets, and making smart investment choices requires you to look at what's happening around the world. But what about during an election year? How should you invest while the country is deciding which direction to take? Regardless of which side of the political spectrum you prefer, you may want to keep the following facts in mind as you invest during an election year. 1. Stocks Trend Upward Regardless of Who's in Office Althou
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Tips for Navigating a Volatile Retirement

Retirement is the time in your life when you want to sit back, relax, and enjoy the fruits of years of hard work. But unfortunately, when the market is volatile, it may bring additional anxiety and stress. The good news is, a volatile market does not necessarily spell disaster, and by following a few simple tips, you may be able to reduce anxiety as you navigate through these times. Determine How Much Income You Have to Count On It is unlikely that all of your retirement savings is linked direc
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Avoid Playing Politics with Your Portfolio

When the markets are shaky, it can be tempting to rely on political headlines or pending legislation to time your entry or exit points. However, letting politics drive your investment decisions can be a costly mistake. Learn more about what helps market trends endure beyond political administrations and why you should ignore the noise and focus on your investment fundamentals. Politics' Long-Term Impact (or Lack Thereof) on Markets How much do political decisions really impact the stock mar
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COVID-19 Delaying Your Retirement Date?

Recent surveys have indicated that many of us are rethinking our retirement plans because of COVID-19. In fact, one survey from the nonprofit group Life Happens suggests that a whopping 43% of Americans say they plan to postpone and continue working past their retirement date because of COVID.As a financial professional, this is troubling for lots of reasons. And while it’s impossible to make blanket statements or give advice that fits the masses, there are three important questions you ne
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The Risks of Market Timing

"Market timing" is the strategy of trying to predict when stock prices will rise and fall and attempting to buy low and sell high. While this seems to make sense in theory, it's extremely difficult to pull off successfully. Trying to time the market may mean missing out on potential gains.Typically, you can't accurately pinpoint a market high or low point until after it has occurred. If you move your money out of stocks during a low period, you might not move your money back in
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Coping With Market Volatility in Uncertain Times

As the United States desperately tries to flatten the contagion curve for the coronavirus, many state governors have mandated the closure of an unprecedented number of businesses and issued stay-at-home orders to their citizens. The global pandemic is wreaking havoc with the markets and causing concern among many investors. Dealing with market volatility during uncertain times can be stressful, and these tips may help.  1. Focus on What You Can ControlDuring times of economic uncertain
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