There would be absolutely nothing abnormal should the market drop anywhere from 5% to 10% before the year’s out. The question is: from what height?
Staying the course – one investment at a time We thought that you might want to know how we stand over the long term after such a long period of stock market advances without any major correction (since 2009 low, the S&P500 only had 2 “noticeable” corrections that are over 15%: one in 2010 – […]
Let discipline guide you through the market’s ebbs and flows, not headlines Although stock markets around the world were more volatile at the end of the 3rd quarter, most of the damage was done to the cyclical and small cap sectors of the markets, as can be seen in the following table: 3rd quarter* […]
Long live Adam Smith First things first: let’s take a long-term view of the stock market represented by the S&P 500 in this case. (We could have shown you other indices but the results are similar.) We published this chart back in 2008 as our roadmap for the future. The red line is a regression […]