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Audiocasts: Market and financial planning insights from Ameriprise
Get answers to questions we are hearing from clients about the potential impacts that changing market conditions could have on your financial life. The audiocast series features Ameriprise market, economic and financial planning experts discussing a range of topics. They provide insights to help you put the current environment into perspective and actions to consider with your Ameriprise advisor.
The path to a financial comeback
Most investors experience financial setbacks. In this audiocast, Ameriprise experts share key findings from the Financial Comebacks study and discuss actions that can help lead to financial recovery.*
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Midyear insights: What may be next for the markets and economy?
Halfway through a tumultuous year, it’s a good time to take stock of the landscape. Ameriprise experts sum up the year-to-date market and economic drivers, and indicators to watch through the rest of the year.*
Managing your financial path during uncertainty
In this week’s audiocast, Ameriprise experts follow up with insights to highlight what investors can control in retirement, today and tomorrow. You will hear perspectives on how to.*
What’s next for the U.S. and other key economies?
Continuing the response to questions from our recent client call, Ameriprise experts discuss areas to watch as the economy continues to evolve around the pandemic.*
Four larger investment themes to watch
We continue our responses to questions submitted during our recent call with clients. This week, experts from Ameriprise Financial and Columbia Threadneedle Investments share strategic insights on four larger themes that may have long-term implications for investors.*
3 actions to navigate the changing market
Strong market downdrafts driven by coronavirus fears can feel unsettling. Anthony Saglimbene, Ameriprise Global Market Strategist, sums up what to watch for and three actions to take with your advisor to help keep your portfolio on track.
Economic impacts from the coronavirus
Where could global economies be headed amid the outbreak? Russell Price, Ameriprise Chief Economist, sums up the near-term situation and whether it could cause a recession.
How can investors mitigate risks and stay on track with their long-term objectives?
Anthony Saglimbene, Ameriprise Global Market Strategist, recaps the key actions that can help you weather a variety of market conditions and achieve your long-term objectives.
Stock market performance during and after bear markets
As this chart of the S&P 500® Index illustrates, after the selling pressure of a bear market finally hits a bottom, stocks have a strong track record of bouncing back in the subsequent months and years. Longer-term investors should keep in mind that a diversified mix of stocks, bonds, alternatives and cash earn their keep in stressful market environments, likely performing better than the S&P 500 Index and other major indices. The bottom line: Balance risk with opportunity, and construct your portfolio within an appropriate time horizon to help achieve your goals.
Source: Bloomberg, as of 2.29.20.
Together, we can help you prepare for and weather market fluctuations
Remember to keep these tips in mind, especially now when markets are volatile:
- Stay focused on your financial goals — we’re here to help with this.
- Ensure your allocations are consistent with your longer-term risk profile and rebalance your portfolio regularly.
- Make sound investment decisions based on informed, rational reactions to news headlines.
If you have concerns about your investments, please reach out. Together, we can determine what, if any, action you need to take.