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As the market head towards more volatile territory, our clients often begin to get anxious and may have more questions about their investments in light of market fluctuations. Raymond James is an excellent resource for valuable perspectives on the market. They’ve devoted an entire page of online articles and videos on “How to Handle Market Volatility.”

A sampling of just some of the available articles below:

All Eyes on Equity Indices as Volatility Reappears

Concerns about rising interest rates, trade disputes and the technology sector contributed to declines for all three major U.S. stock indices. Read More >

When Markets Shift, Don’t Let Emotion Drive

Andrew Adams, CFA, CMT, Senior Research Associate, reminds investors that periodic downturns are normal.  Read More >

6 Things to Know to Weather a Market Downturn

It’s natural to be nervous when the markets head for negative territory. Keep a positive perspective with these six investing reminders. Read More >

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