Navigating Market Uncertainty

Everybody gets affected by uncertainty. It may be different things to different people, but uncertainty can be scary. 

We want to be that safe harbor that you can pull into and make sure everything is ok.  It is part of our responsibility.
You might not need anything changed. Your plan might be perfectly on track.  But sometimes, there are good course correction to be made. 

What we want to do is find the space and time to process the anxiety, to get the monkey off your back.
Often, that is just having a conversation about your plan; the why, what, and how. 

Leading Labor Economist Professor Ed Lazear on COVID-19 Recovery

Renowned labor economist Prof. Edward P. Lazear, teaches at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. He is also an independent director on the boards of Dimensional’s US Mutual funds. Here, he discusses what policymakers are monitoring with COVID-19, how monetary authorities are responding, and what the global recovery may look like.

  • Could be back to normal in 6 quarters?
  • This is a supply-based recession, not a monetary business cycle demand-based recession- pent up demand.
  • Capital infrastructure is still there for workers to start back up.
  • It is actually liquidity for business survivability and viability, not a activity stimulus.
  • Most people want to get back to work and feeling productive.