April 2020 / VIDEO

Why Knowing the Absolute Market Bottom Doesn’t Matter

We have analysed previous significant market sell-offs over the past 90 years

 

In considering how much risk to take on in this environment, especially stocks relative to bonds, our Asset Allocation Committee has analysed previous significant market sell-offs over the past 90 years. The analysis shows that investors should not be overly focused on trying to time the absolute market bottom.

 

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