The Case for Equities
Two Questions for Investors
Investors thinking they’ll pass on equities based on the past 10-year period’s returns should be asking themselves these two questions:
- Is it likely that the next decade in the stock market will look like the last one?
- Can I afford the lifestyle I want in the future without investing in equities?
Chances are good the answer to both questions is “no.” Equities have historically been a critical component in the long-term success of investors. We invite you to discover five reasons to be enthusiastic about equities in the decade ahead.Start Now
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