Investors need to invest differently in bull markets than they do in bear markets.The market has been in a bull market 54% of the time since 1900. These secular bull and bear markets tend to occur over multiple years. Academic research has consistently shown that perma-bulls and perma-bears make far less profit than those who are cautiously optimistic. This white paper outlines the importance of risk management during both bull and bear markets and details how a guided allocation strategy can seek to avoid losses from potential market drawdowns by trading into and out of the market automatically.
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Risk Management for All Markets
December 01, 20172017-12-01
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