T-Bills are generally considered to be risk-free investments. An investor knows what the return will be over the short holding period, and the bills are backed by the full taxation power of the U.S. Federal Government.
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The purpose of this article is to help remind financial advisers and their investors of the power of long-term investing and the potential cost of investor fear.
China’s focus on green policies and the rise of eCommerce have influenced paper companies’ rise to value within the ICON system. Portfolio Managers Scott Snyder and Rob Young discuss these influences and their potential effects going forward.
Soon after the market bottom of March 2009, we stated that the sharp week-long market drop in October 2008 resembled the market “crash” of October 1987.