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Investment Commentary: September 30, 2020

It is easy to forget that in a once-a-century global pandemic with historic drops in GDP and employment, the stock market should be down a lot this year.

We know that should often has little influence over markets in the near term. This year has been unlike any other by a long shot. There is no playbook or precedent to reference, and experience alone feels insufficient to navigate confidently and skillfully.

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As we embark on the fourth leg of 2020, we have already endured an environment that has moved the Dow Jones Industrial Average by 20,000 points. First, the sharp decline of 11,000 points fueled by the coronavirus pandemic; then the 9,500-point rally, anticipating a sharp recovery along with a vaccine to insure against a reoccurrence.

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Taxes!

bring up the unpleasant topic of taxes in the spirit that a little proactive pain today can prevent larger pains later. Bear with me.

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