Special Update on Recent Market Volatility
Episode Number 2022-2
So far, the financial markets have had an incredibly volatile 2022. Through April 29th, the S&P 500 was down 14.5% and the tech-laden NASDAQ had dropped over 22%. With concerns about inflation and interest rates causing the word “recession” to be mentioned more than casually in the financial news, how should investors put recent market volatility in perspective? Listen to Viaggio Wealth’s CEO Barry Tate as he discusses how investors can deal with recent market volatility.
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