Category: Market Volatility

Volatile Markets are Like Slippery Roads

By Daniel Cohen As I drove home one recent evening, the roads were wet from rain and the temperature was dropping. The forecast called for freezing temperatures throughout the evening. I felt relaxed as traffic was light. The rush hour was over, and speeds were lower than usual due to the conditions. I got a… Read More »

Making Wise Decisions in Tough Times

Investors with only a decade or less of experience in the markets had seen mostly good times until the end of February when that winning streak abruptly ended. After that, we’ve seen records set and mostly the types of records you wish you only would read about in history books. The market had its fastest… Read More »