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Market volatility

Following Donald Trump’s election victory, global markets experienced heightened volatility. It is important to remember that volatility is an inherent part of investing and in the long term, stock prices are far more likely to be driven by corporate earnings rather than single political or economic events. Time in the markets is a better strategy than trying to time the markets – for example, missing just the 5 best days of the S&P 500 since 1992 would have resulted in under-performance of 284% against the index" Source: Fidelity

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