Rollercoaster or rolling with the punches

Ottawa Business Journal
March 7, 2022.

The markets are once again experiencing volatility after a strong 2021 and with growing uncertainty about the developments in the Ukraine. Risk appetite has decline significantly following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

With the 2020 pandemic bear market still in recent memory, investors are justifiably jittery about their portfolios.

It’s probably a good time to reflect on how working with a wealth manager can be particularly valuable in these uncertain times, even as your portfolio may be experiencing some declines, and understand how they can help build wealth overall.

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