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Discussing A Volatile Market

We all need help being money-smart. Each of our Marshfield Mariner articles allow the team from McNamara Financial to tackle an issue that will build your financial planning skills.

Senior Partner, Michael McNamara, brings us a reality check and a little history reminder about the ups and downs of the stock market.

According to Investopedia the definition of a bubble is “ a surge in equity (stock) prices, often more than warranted by fundamentals…” The website investorwords.com defines a volatile market as “unpredictable and vigorous changes in price within the stock market.” For purposes of this piece, we will be discussing downward volatility, which is bad. For some reason, people generally don’t mind upward volatility.

Read on here in his new article “Bubble Always Burst”

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