The emotions resulting from market volatility can affect the decisions we make with our investments.

During these periods of uncertainty, a focus on what you can control – your personal investment strategy and financial plan – provides the peace of mind that you have a plan designed to track and reach your financial goals. Smart financial planning relies on four key principles to help navigate volatile markets and uncertainty.

  • Principle 1: Focus on your personal investment horizon
  • Principle 2: Focus on your asset allocation
  • Principle 3: Review your financial plan
  • Principle 4: Speak with your Financial Advisor

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Martin Schamis

Vice President & Head of Wealth Planning

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