Prepare, Don’t Predict

The historical bull market, correction coming, beware of inflation – you may be seeing these words in headlines lately. About a year after the unprecedented market events of spring 2020, the economy is recovering, but there is a lot of debate about how exactly the recovery will work.

One thing remains true: time in the market, not timing the market is the key to a successful investment strategy. We can’t know what the next quarter, or the quarter after that will look like, but we can mitigate risk by diversifying your strategy to help ensure you stay on track to reach your long-term financial goals.

If you want to talk about economic trends on the horizon and your strategy, don’t hesitate to reach out. Here are some related articles that I think are valuable. Let me know if they spark any ideas or questions.

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