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By Jim Parker, Vice President, DFA Australia Limited By virtue of necessity, the media works on a day-to-day
horizon when covering financial markets. For most investors, though, the
more important horizon is measured in a matter of years.
Referendums like “Brexit”, elections and geopolitical events can look
momentous if you assess them via the short-term market reaction. But
taking a step back from the noise can also provide a much needed
When markets fell heavily after the recent Brexit vote
in the UK, one US advisor was awoken by a client shouting down the
phone that the Dow was down 500 points. The advisor’s response is a
classic case of the benefit of not fixating on daily moves in the
Day-to-day market moves may be interesting, but they
may not be so important if your horizon is in years. http://nyti.ms/28ZEy9a
Brexit, China, oil, elections, negative interest
rates….there seem to be plenty of news headlines to lose sleep over
at the moment. So what do you do? As it turns out, the same rules of
thumb we use to improve our own sleeping habits can be applied to our
When markets are volatile, there can be an
overwhelming urge to “do something”, but what exactly? There are as
many opinions out there as there are portfolios. But what if you just
took a deep breath and didn’t do a thing? This writer provides eight
useful points of perspective.
When markets are rocky, the immediate impulse is to
“do something”. But there’s a better response. http://nyti.ms/293tHOA