Buy, Sell or Hold?
It has been a truly historic week with Russian forces moving against the sovereign state of Ukraine. While the stock market initially sold off ahead of the invasion itself, once the event arrived, markets found their footing. In this week’s market update, we are going to review the options that investors have when navigating a stock market correction and the impact of geopolitical events on forward returns. Lastly, we will wrap things up with a discussion on how long it takes for stocks to recover after a correction and how we can use volatility pricing to understand the future movement of stock prices.
- Panic selling generates the worst long-term rates of return
- Russia headlines are scary but mean next to nothing for most U.S. businesses
- Present-day volatility is often an asset for future returns
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