What To Do Now

11May11

Every bull market has it’s dips, as does an economic recovery. The S & P 500 fell 14percent between April & August of 2010. Investors were worried about a European debt and a possible double-dip recession. But Since September 1st to now, the S & P 500 has rose 27 percent. There are seasonal factors, too. May through October have historically been the weakest stretch for the market. Stay invested & don’t let short term swings sway your long term goals. We feel very confident the market will be higher by year end.

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