Geopolitics and The Market

At the start of the pandemic in early 2020, we analyzed market responses to various historical events. While extreme and high-profile events will cause an initial negative reaction, they are often exaggerated, and markets tend to recover without causing lasting damage. As such, when facing these world events, we should respond with logic instead of with fear and panic. This became important again during February of 2022 when Russia attacked the Ukraine. For more details, please see below for our series on “Geopolitical Events & Fear”.

DOWNLOAD PIO February 7, 2020: Geopolitical Events & Fear I

DOWNLOAD PIO February 14, 2020: Geopolitical Events & Fear II…War & Terrorism

DOWNLOAD PIO February 21, 2020: Geopolitical Events & Fear III…Pandemics

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