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Hi there,

We’ve been seeing a bit more of a volatile stock market as of late.

The markets have been fluctuating up and the markets have been fluctuating down. However, underneath the hood, we still see strength in the broader economy.

We’re entering earnings season again where companies in America release their financials from the previous quarter to the public.

We believe that volatility may still continue into the future, however, our short to medium term view on the stock market is that we still have room to go higher.

As volatility continues, we’re expecting to see some really great buying opportunities appear in the market going forward.

Hope you have a great weekend,


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