It’s been approximately a decade since the Great Recession began. By year-end 2008, the Fed had lowered the target federal funds rate to almost zero and embarked on an aggressive quantitative easing campaign. Now, after several years of economic recovery, the Fed has begun to reverse course, restoring its policies and targets closer to historical “norms” through quantitative tightening and gradually rising interest rates.Details
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"Successful investors are optimistic about the future but are always prepared for short-term setbacks. That mindset is especially valuable in today’s environment, and we hope it provides some peace of mind that we plan for market downturns before they happen. We remain committed to our investment philosophy and are confident that our approach, coupled with flexibility, ongoing risk management, and diligence will provide the highest likelihood of keeping you on track to reach your long-term goals. "