February Market Update - Stay Calm
Well, what a whirlwind it has been watching the fluctuation in the market lately!
When the stock market falls hard for a few days in a row, the impulse is to do something. Anything. Our life savings are often on the line, after all?
But that's just the thing: Stocks are most useful for long-term goals. So unless those goals have changed in the last few days, it probably doesn't make much sense to overhaul an investment strategy based on a blip of market activity.
We are here, as always, to discuss how the current financial climate impacts your financial plan! If you are concerned with the current state of the market and your assets, give us a call, and we'd be happy to help you make the best decision for your financial future, which could mean doing nothing but sitting this wave out!
If you’d like to explore how the Davis Financial Group could help you to develop a plan, click here to schedule a complimentary consultation.
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