What Happens to Stocks After a Recession?

 

As an investor, it would be understandable to abandon ship and sell off equities because of perceptions of a recession and its impact. However, history tells us another story. Dimensional Fund Advisor’s Q2 market report shares data covering the last 15 recessions in the U.S in the past century. Across the two years that follow a recession’s beginning, equities have had a history of positive performance and investors tended to be rewarded for sticking with stocks.

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This report is intended to be used for educational purposes only and does not constitute a solicitation to purchase any security or advisory services. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. An investment in any security involves significant risks and any investment may lose value. Refer to all risk disclosures related to each security product carefully before investing. Soundmark Wealth Management, LLC, its advisors and its affiliates do not provide tax or accounting services. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax or accounting advice. Please consult with your tax advisor prior to engaging in any transaction.