With election uncertainty here in the near term, Daniel Farley recommends reducing the overall amount of active risk in portfolios.
The soap opera that is 2020 continues for all of us. Economic recovery, COVID-19 and market reactions are all top of mind for investors. In the video below, I share the actions we’re taking to reduce the overall amount of active risk in our portfolios.
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