Lowell on CNBC: Stock Market Volatility Will Continue
Chief Investment Officer Jim Lowell appeared on CNBC to offer his analysis of the current state of U.S.-China trade negotiations and what they mean for the markets. Jim discussed how traders on Wall Street are getting beaten up on a day-to-day basis by recession fears, impeachment inquiry impact, the trade tussle with China and other issues, and how calm, level-headed long-term investors can deal with volatilityA measure of how large the changes in an asset’s price are. The more volatile an asset, the more likely that its price will experience sharp rises and steep drops over time. The more volatile an asset is, the riskier it is to invest in.. He also suggested that the lead-up to a vitriolic 2020 election is a good time for investors to review their risk toleranceThe amount of loss an investor is willing to absorb in their investment portfolio., especially if they’re nearing or in retirement.