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April 2022
Long-Term Focus in Uncertain Times
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Recommended Featured Articles

The NASDAQ Bear Woke Up Angry

Bear markets happen. Bull markets happen. And do you think you can figure out when the market is turning – either up or down and trade accordingly? Well, before you think that you should get out of this market now and wait this bear out, here’s some things you might consider.
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Strong Valley Newsletter: April 2022

LONG-TERM FOCUS IN UNCERTAIN TIMES - Here's a quick preview of our upcoming topics:

  • APRIL - Inflation:  Causes and What To Do
  • MAY - Planning for the Unexpected
  • JUNE - Pension Fund Management

In this edition, we've also provided a review of the most popular articles of the last quarter, just in case you missed them.

Featured Article: The NASDAQ Bear Woke Up Angry

In Case You Missed It:

ON TRACK: What Should You Be Thinking About this Quarter?

  • What can I do to keep focused with my financial plan in these uncertain times?
  • Are there changes I need to make in my portfolio and insurance coverage?
  • What tools are available to plan for the unexpected circumstances of life?
  • Do I have adjustments I need to make in my retirement plans?

Around the Web & Other Articles of Interest 

Q1 2022: Greatest Hits

Looking for stats on market volatility in uncertain times? These stock market numbers might help you stay the course. This special Student of the Market gives an overview of 2022’s first quarter in all the issues that matter and how a diversified portfolio can work even when it doesn’t feel good.
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With Russia at War, is it Time to Invest in Gold?

Putting money in precious metals isn’t like investing in the stock market. Gold may be a good hedge for investors facing the current global economic environment, especially raging inflation. But gold doesn’t pay dividends or interest. What is gold good for?
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Market Volatility Can Trigger Your Loss Aversion

At the foundation of your financial well-being lies your behavior. There is an entire field dedicated to study it – behavioral finance. Did the what-ifs of January’s volatility leave you feeling panicked? Here are ideas to help cure irrational investing behavior.
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Understanding Interest Rates and Your Financial Situation

There is a lot of speculation going on in the news lately about the Fed raising the interest rates. This quick read reviews the basic concept of interest rates, to help you understand how changing interest rates may affect your saving and borrowing habits.
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Your turn – What are your updates?

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