As long as there is uncertainty in the world, bear markets will be a part of a normal market cycle. Markets can rise very quickly when optimism returns.
For investors, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by the relentless stream of news about markets.
Allowing emotions or opinions about short-term market conditions to impact long-term investment goals can lead to disappointing results. By filtering out the noise to help manage your emotions and biases, you can maintain perspective, remain calm, and look beyond the concerns of today.
It is a similar story for investors in North America, Australasia and most of Europe. Investors in southern Europe, most of Asia and Central America are paying even higher charges.
Professor Eugene Fama discusses his lifetime of work in financial economics and the impact of empirical and theoretical research on the asset management industry.
Featuring Eugene Fama, PhD Nobel laureate, Director, and Consultant, Dimensional Fund Advsiors | Jake DeKinder Head of Client Communications and Vice President, Dimensional Fund Advisors