On Wednesday, investors will be encouraged to consider what they should do about their portfolios in 2018.
The latest outlook from Morningstar, a data and analytics firm, shows that stocks and bond yields are poised to rise, which should put downward pressure on the dollar.
This is due to the strong dollar, and also to the continuing economic growth that has helped fuel economic growth.
This will make it more expensive for U.S. businesses to import goods.
Investors are also likely to look to lower rates to help pay down their debt.
This also means that they’ll need to cut their spending.
In fact, the last time the dollar was higher, the dollar fell to an all-time low, and that period lasted just four days.
On the other hand, the Dow Jones Industrial Average will probably fall.
The S&P 500 will likely move lower.
While investors will likely be less enthusiastic about their investments, stocks and bonds will continue to be a very good investment.
It is true that stocks are down this year, and the markets will be trading at a much higher level than they have been in decades.
However, investors should still make the most of the opportunities that come their way.
This means that stocks will probably be in the red for a while.
Investors should also not panic if they miss out on gains in the next year or two.