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As the stock market tumbled 30% in March, investors struggled to find a reason to be optimistic. April brought a recovery from the March lows as domestic small company stocks led the way with their best monthly performance in almost a decade.
To comply with the recent Orange County Emergency Executive Order, and to ensure the health and safety of our clients and staff, all employees will work from home beginning Friday, March 27.
Although we are in uncharted waters, remember that we’ve been in unfamiliar territory many times before. Markets have always recovered, and each time they have moved on to all-time highs. We strongly believe this time will be no different.
As a valued client, your peace of mind is of utmost importance to us. With regular updates about COVID-19 in the news and increasing reports of confirmed cases, we want to stay vigilant and proactive in our communications with you.
The coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread and many people are apprehensive about possible disruptions to consumer spending, supply chains, and manufacturing.
The holiday season is upon us and our mailboxes are not only filling up with catalogs and holiday cards but also requests from charities to make a gift before year-end. As we celebrate with our loved ones, we tend to think a little more about those who are less fortunate, and many charitable organizations see a substantial spike in donations.
After another tough year for international stocks, we’re reminded of the popular Clash song from 1981 (Should I Stay or Should I Go). In 2019, investors may question the inclusion of international stocks in their investment portfolios.
What should you make of recent ups and downs in the stock market? Here’s helpful context on volatility and expected returns.
Social Security benefits are a pension plan of sorts. You have a variety of options: take the money early, take it at full retirement age (FRA), or take it later. If you are approaching age 62, this is a critical time for making that decision and RCG can help – especially with the knowledge and wisdom.
So that’s what market volatility feels like! It has been a while since we’ve had dramatic swings in stock markets across the globe. But these past few months have been a reminder of how volatile markets can be.