Stop this stock market ride!
I want to get off!
“If Pepto-Bismol and Emetrol sales aren’t surging at drug stores in lower Manhattan these days, they should be. The stock market is off to a nausea-inducing start to 2015.”
Click here to read the full article: (CNN Money)
Didn’t we just read this headline a little while ago?!?!
One definition of insanity is doing the same thing, the same way and expecting a different result.
While some investors thrive in this type of volatility in the market, most investors seek consistency in their returns and lower risk exposure. The WFP Income Fund is not correlated to the stock market or the bond market and has little to no correlation to interest rates. It is a short term, fixed income investment alternative that provided an 8.01% net annualized return to our investors for full year 2014 with the ability to obtain monthly cash flow while preserving their principal investment from the wild swings of the market.