Long Horizon Should Be Maintained


    Those with a long investment horizon and high-risk tolerance should maintain their strategic asset allocation and rebalancing disciplines to buy on weakness and sell on strength, says Segal Rogerscasey Canada. Those with shorter timeframes and more sensitivity to volatility should give at least some thought to moving towards the lower end of their risk exposure ranges. “Variables that typically enable investors to forecast capital market returns over the near term are, at best, random,” says Tim Barron, chief investment officer at Segal Rogerscasey. “We suggest that investors ‘wait with the crowd’ until there is greater clarity.”