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When breaking news hits, focusing on what matters in the next five hours, five days, and five years can help you take the best steps forward.
It's important to remember what matters and what you can control. Your CCM advisor is here to help.
A mantra that reinforces the value of committing to a disciplined investment strategy.
How investors can measure success in the midst of volatility.
Whenever there is volatility, it's helpful to ground the emotions we may feel in context.
Three things to keep in mind in the midst of stock market volatility.
With the right strategy, volatility doesn't have to compromise your goals.
Context for 2021 market performance and how investors can best influence performance.
Two of the most common questions related to investing during this election season.
2020’s second-quarter rise in equity market performance was as dramatic as the previous quarter’s decline.
Insights on the recent underperformance of value stocks and why investors should also account for company profitability when constructing portfolios.
With a historic IPO of $2 trillion, should investors race to grab a piece of this gigantic company’s stock?
March 9, 2009, is an important day in our shared history. It was on this date when the financial markets hit rock bottom during the Global Financial Crisis (GFC).
As investors, it’s important to understand our desires to invest off of a narrative. We have a natural desire to understand the world and how current events will shape the future.
Putting aside the “noise” that can distract investors, the evidence is conclusive—it is very, very difficult to choose individual securities or investment vehicles that beat a diversified portfolio’s return. Especially in times of volatility there can be an emotional desire to “do something” even when it is not supported by evidence and is certainly not in one’s best interest.
The path to success in many areas of life is paved with continual hard work, intense activity, and a day-to-day focus on results. However, for many investors who adopt this approach to managing their wealth, that can be turned upside down.
Rather than chasing past performance, investors are better served to adopt a strategy they can implement and maintain over time.
A disciplined investor looks beyond the concerns of today to the long-term growth potential of markets.
Even though we all know that it’s impossible to see the future, it’s hard not to want to believe an exception may exist and get drawn into the dream.
Market volatility is a part of investing. To enjoy the benefit of higher potential returns, investors must be willing to accept increased uncertainty.