Skip Navigation


History shows us that it is normal for stock markets to rise and fall, sometimes sharply. In the short term, stocks have more volatile price movements than alternate investments like bonds. However, over the long term, equities may provide greater returns and build more wealth for investors.

As always, it is important to remember a key principle in investing: think in terms of time in the market, not timing the market. A sound investment strategy, a well-diversified portfolio, and a commitment to your investment plan over the long term are important factors to remember given current market conditions. We continue to believe that those investors who take a long-term approach to investing will be rewarded for their patience.
Here are some articles about Investments: