Volatility - Chilliwack Mortgage Broker

As an investment advisor it’s my job to know what’s going not only in the stock market but also news around the world that might cause ripples through a client portfolio. The first three hours of my day is listening to podcasts on top events, reading the articles and watching the market to see what the pulse of the portfolios my clients invested in are doing.  One of the biggest pieces of news is the constant predictions of doom and gloom in the market for whatever reason- people are much more likely to react to news predicting a stock market correction than their portfolio making another 3 % last month.

The recent election of Donald Trump as president has created a lot of volatility in the short term but also buying opportunities. Take a look at GM, Nordstrom’s, and Ford after he was elected for this volatility. President Trump tweeted out negative news for these companies and their stock value took a fast sharp hit in one day, only to regain its value a few days later. This can be stressful for the average investor; and may result in wanting to try and sell on bad news.

The stock market is unique in that when things get cheaper ( they go on sale) people freak out- if you were to walk into a car dealership and they said cars were 10% lower today then yesterday for the same car wouldn’t you want to buy one today instead of yesterday?  With all this volatility it’s more and more important to stay in contact with your financial advisor to explain why things are up or down and what this means for your portfolio. At Peak Securities my goal is to not only earn a steady return but to educate and inform my clients. If there is a problem in the market you will know what is going on and what the next steps are. With President Trump on twitter as well as news occurring all over the globe the prospects for volatility are a lot higher now than ten years ago, these spikes are usually short lived and having a long term strategy to take advantage of these spikes is a key to success.

If you have any questions or would like a review of your current portfolio feel free to contact me at testabrooks@peakgroup or 778-325-1373 / 780-709-1373

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*By Referral Mortgage Consultants – doing business as BRMC is: Verico Preferred Financing Inc / Verico Canadian 1st Mortgage Corp which have a co-brokering agreement and there is a common Mortgage relationship and are licensed with the Verico Dreyer Group. Mortgage ownership, that employees of both Mortgage companies may review, advise and help process the Mortgage files. That Verico Preferred Financing Inc & Verico Canadian 1st Mortgage Corp share the some expense and income from mortgages. Kim Langille Featured on thess site is an unlicensed mortgage assistant only, not a Mortgage Consultant. Jordi Browne featured on this site is the Mortgage Broker of record. “The Broker” is Jordi Browne. Jordi Browne also holds a Life Insurance License and represents Verico Canadian 1st Mortgage Corp. Dave Browne featured on this site has a Life Insurance License too but is an independent agent– Jordi and Dave Browne co-broker life insurance files and share expenses, all income retained by Verico Canadian 1st Mortgage Corp.