Video Market Commentary
Keystone Financial Group knows that their clients desire the most up-to-date information available. Because of this, we invest in creating informational videos to give you the most actionable information that we find as we watch the financial markets.
Don't Ride The RollercoasterAs economic uncertainty grows, and market volatility worsens, it becomes increasingly difficult to manage the emotional stress that can result from times such as these. It is critical to avoid riding this emotional roller coaster as you pursue the achievement of long term planning objectives.
In this video, I’m offering a description of what it looks like to ride such a roller coaster, and an example of how making the wrong decision at the wrong time, can have a reverberating impact on the long term outcome of your plan. Portfolio composition should always be fluid, and adapt to changing economic conditions, but the consistency with which you navigate through those periods of time should be unwavering. Within this video, I’ll explain why consistency is critical.
David Guttery Interview, The Keystone Partnership with InSource Financial.
Strategies For Investing Through A RecessionToday, we’re publishing our second in this month’s two part video series. In our first video, we addressed the question of being in a recession. In today’s video, we’re offering a discussion about strategies to consider when investing through a recession. As we addressed within our last video, this is a very unique period of time. Therefore, we can’t rely on anecdotal evidence and conventional wisdom as heavily and you really must think outside of the box for the construction of insulation against volatility.
Are We In A RecessionWithin this video, we’re attempting to tackle what is probably the single most widely asked question, and debated topic of today. Are we in a recession, or not? This is a longer video, but please find time to absorb the content. It’s important to understand the economic “cause and effect physics” behind the volatility that we’ve experienced this year. Within the video, I’m offering an in depth observation of decelerating economic metrics, and in the context of oddities that in some cases, we haven’t seen in 50 years. This is a very strange period of time, and I hope that you find this information to be of value.
Strategies For Managing Market VolatilityWe've talked at length this year about the importance of comprehensive planning. Through planning, objectives are identified, and investment strategies are designed to achieve those objectives over time. Planning first, execution second. If you can retain focus on the long term planning objectives, then you'll be more likely to navigate periods of market volatility with greater success. Within our video this month however, we discuss three strategies for managing volatility at the execution level. If you're a client, then you know we've employed one or more of these strategies as we've sought to smooth market volatility. If you're watching this video, and we have not become acquainted, please either give us a call, or consult with your financial professional, before implementing any of these strategies.
David Guttery Addresses Clients regarding Market Volatility
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