As we wrap up another year in the markets, today’s tip is focused on reviewing your investment strategy. We all share the goal of increasing our investment results, however research shows that trying to time the market can be difficult and counter-productive. It is extremely important to follow your plan and adjust your strategy over time based on the phase of life you are in. Michael Chipperfield, CFP®, Pure Associate Advisor goes over 4 key considerations as you head into 2022.
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