Much like a local meteorologist, the financial advisor who has to predict changing market trends has quite the job to do. This is because he or she can’t be right 100 percent of the time. And really knowing what is going to happen next can only always be summed up as an educated guess. But just like the seasons, there are times when smooth sailing is an easy call and trouble ahead is bound to happen in the world of investment.
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Jeff Yastine is one such financial advisor who sees a change in the weather had regarding how investors are feeling about their money and what they can expect to see in the future. What he is predicting is not so much a rise or drop in the temperature of financial waters but a storm that’s been due to hit for a while. To be sure, he is not some doom seeking naysayer that advises pure austerity and toiling away for the rest of one’s life to feel financially secure. He’s merely suggesting that given the numbers of the market and the behavior of investors that there is an phenomenon on the horizon worth preparing for.
Put simply, he is suggesting that something of a bearish market is around the corner which is not necessarily good news for many individual investors. This is especially true after many people are just getting comfortable with the bullish market that somehow emerged after the close of the first Millennial decade. The simple fact is Jeff Yastine has seen these signs before and they are starting to pile up in his opinion.
One such recent example would be the dotcom burst in the early 2000s that really left many people to wonder for understanding as to what has really happened technology wise. Another major phenomenon that many people would not think could happen but did happen is the S&P roll over that some citizens are not even aware of.
Jeff Yastine points to the fact that there is nothing wrong with taking a little bit of financial funding off the table in case the market does change to a bear and investments are not only not returning but lost. Instead of looking at it as losing potential gains think of it as protecting future investments from unnecessary risks. Conservative investing combined with better time management can yield the same results as high level high risk strategies for seeing extraordinary returns. As a Banyan Hill Publishing writer and field expert, Jeff Yastine who knows about these ups and downs in markets from first-hand experience.
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