The Stock Market: No, the Sky is Not Falling

The U.S. stock market got off the worst start this year in almost a century. This prompted fear from investors, and Warren Buffett compared the stock market with a “drunken psycho”. Coming off the first correction in four years this last fall, with little more than a minor recovery, the media is in a frenzy with many calling for huge future declines and oil dropping to $20 a barrel. When there is fear, there is opportunity. This is not an easy premise when many investors are coming off stagnant returns over the last year.

ACE Wealth Partners LLC president Kevin McNab takes a thoughtful look at the current state of the stock market to put things into perspective in this article published in ColoradoBiz Magazine….READ MORE.


Kevin McNab

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