graphs showing market volatility

Volatility in the house

April 2022.
Investor Strategy.

In this month’s issue we take a pause from our portfolio construction theme but will return to it next month.

There has been too much action in the markets to ignore. It is worth taking stock of where March has left us and what could be in store as we begin Q2 2022. With so much action in the geopolitical arena, piled on top of what was already an interesting confluence of inflation, shifting monetary policy, and a potential renewed wave of COVID, it really is time to make sure we understand our portfolio exposures.

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