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The market’s ups and downs are not necessarily negatives for investors, if risk is properly understood and accounted for in financial plans.
While we think sentiment got a bit overheated amid generally poor trading conditions, investors were trying to balance slowing earnings growth with a range of possible policy responses, and such price discovery can be volatile.
It is beginning to sound like a broken record, but U.S. stocks outperformed the rest of the world’s equity markets once again in the third quarter, their fourth consecutive quarter of relative gains.
Increased lifespans could mean a longer, more meaningful retirement for many. But it will also require a larger amount of savings and investments to fund. And that can be daunting.