• Is the next major stock market dip right around the corner?

  • Do stock market investments really outperform all other asset classes?

  • Historical stock market patterns that repeat so consistently, you’ll wonder why your advisor hasn’t mentioned them to you.

Your Guide to Making Sense of Wall Street Double-Talk

By David J. Scranton, CLU, ChFC, CFP®, CFA, MSFS

Did you know that for many years, investing in stocks was considered too risky for the pension fund portfolios of many cities, states, and countries? It was so risky that it was expressly prohibited in most cases. Instead, municipalities had a list of acceptable investments. The list varied from state to state, but it was usually comprised of fixed-income investments such as government bonds and high-quality corporate bonds.1

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