Don’t Jump!

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Despite a year of events that have caused investors, companies, and consumers alike to proceed with caution, in the end, the broader financial markets did well. The markets endured a presidential election, continuing fears about the weak economic condition of Europe and the possibility of a double dip recession in the US (or fiscal cliff), slowing growth in emerging markets, and ongoing Middle East tensions. In an attempt to bolster confidence, the Fed continued its expansionary policy in 2012 driving investors into riskier assets. A summary of the performance of key indices we follow is listed below…

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