March 23, 2020
Frequently Asked Questions: COVID-19 Outlook
SEI shared this FAQ that we all found informative. They address questions on the global economy, the U.S. Federal Reserve actions, SEI's response, and more.
Stock Prices Slide as Market Volatility Returns
SEI put together this commentary that we would like to share with you. Here are the main three points.
  • The extended period of market calm that investors have enjoyed in recent years has come to an end.
  • While market declines can be disconcerting, they are normal; endlessly-rising markets are not.
  • The volatility serves as a reminder of the value of focusing on achieving goals rather than on daily stock-price movements.

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