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Planning Moves for Volatile Times

Between the return of inflation, continuing COVID shocks, and geopolitical instability, many investors have girded themselves for volatility continuing into the foreseeable future. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help protect your assets against sudden, unpredictable moves in the markets and the economy. Here are a few ideas to keep in mind:

Financial Planning Markets
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Strategas - Addressing Recent Market Volatility

To help us put the recent market volatility and geopolitical uncertainty into context, Strategas Chairman and CEO Jason Trennert sat down to answer questions related to the Ukraine-Russia conflict, the Fed’s plans to address inflation, and the outlook for the remainder of 2022 in Addressing Recent Market Volatility

Markets
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Grind Up And Crash

I know you are probably nervous right now, keeping one eye on the market and one eye on your portfolio, but I’m here to tell you, this is just how things are in 2022. “Grind up and Crash” is how you need to be thinking about the stock market going forward.

Markets Bull and Baird
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Infrastructure and the Muni Market

When the Senate passed a bipartisan, $1 trillion infrastructure bill in August, it marked the first major legislative movement on infrastructure since 2009’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act – and if signed into law, it could have a significant impact on state governments and the broader municipal market. But how likely is it to pass?

Markets Government
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Can a Stock Market Selloff Be a Good Thing?

While the idea of a “healthy” market correction might seem like heresy to some – and certainly no one likes watching their account balance shrink – there are scenarios where a drawdown could be both necessary and beneficial to the market’s overall health. How? Let’s take a look.

Markets