The new coronavirus, COVID-19, appears to be sticking around for a bit and, in addition to the growing health concerns worldwide, its symptoms are also affecting the markets.
The high level of volatility in the US stock market, as a result of both consumer sentiment and disruption to the global supply chain, is alarming. But it need not be devastating if you have a well-diversified portfolio that can handle a fair amount of volatility. While some of your investments are hurting, others can be doing quite well.
In this paper, we assess how risk, diversification and your long-term goals should all factor into a measured response to market turbulence.
Read our paper,
Anchoring Your Portfolio During Market Storms