When the Markets Give You Lemons, Make Lemonade!

When there is fear in the markets, there are opportunities. It’s time to take a proactive approach to managing your investments.  At this point, the markets seem irrational. Although there are headwinds in the economy, there are also many positives.  Employment is strong and housing is appreciating. I’m not saying that everything is sunshine and unicorns, but a great recession like drop is highly unlikely. With good reason, I would argue that the markets are oversold and now is a good time to seek out underpriced asset classes.

ACE Wealth Partners president, Kevin McNab, takes a look at some of the opportunities that exist with current stock market conditions in this article published in ColoradoBiz Magazine…READ MORE!

Kevin McNab

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