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Five Tips to Surviving Market Volatility - with Niki Canotas
If the financial markets have taught us anything over the long term it is that upward markets are sometimes followed by corresponding downward periods. It's called volatility, and it always has been, and always will be, the “pulse of the market.”
The fact is there are a number of factors that contribute to market fluctuations, including slowing economic growth, consumer confidence, inflation, credit rates, oil prices, projected corporate earnings, etc. And, no one knows for sure the severity these factors may have on the markets or even how long it may last. Fortunately, there are a number of time-tested market principles that may help you survive market volatility as you pursue your long-term investment objectives.
This workshop is designed to help you:
• Put market volatility into better perspective
• Understand the importance of taking a long-term approach
• Maintain realistic expectations regarding your investments
• Implement a diversified investment strategy
Niki Canotas consults regularly with executives from a variety of fields to help create synergistic strategies to world-impacting problems such as long term care, investments, retirement, college funding programs, and life insurance. Prior to her current position, she created and led Mobius a marketing and coaching company while maintaining a 12 year career in Financial Services.
With an office in California, Niki now lives in Campbell. She is and has been a member of the San Jose Chamber of Commerce, Campbell Chamber of Commerce, Bay Area Greek American Business Association for 20 years as well as other boards in the non-profit and community fields.
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- No Meeting Fees.
- Brief open introductions, share your current haves and wants.
- Open Networking after the meeting. Please bring your business cards or pamphlets to share.