The Ukraine Crisis and the Financial Market Volatility

What assets and asset classes will retain and increase in value during this time of volatility and inflation.


The Ukraine crisis is going to result in a reduction of about 1% in global gross domestic product and potentially add about 2% to this year's inflation.


The Ukraine crisis is certainly increasing market volatility. So, what should you do as an investor? Get out of the stock market, get out of equities, move your capital into a defensive position, and find stores of value. An example is passive rental real estate.



Many markets across America saw rental rate increases as much as 20% last year. We're going to continue to see that in the Sun Belt states where we've seen major population shifts out of the upper northeast, upper Midwest, and West Coast. Passive rental real estate and commodities like gold, silver, and precious metals are going to perform well in this market volatility environment.


The Ukraine crisis is going to result in a reduction of about 1% in global gross domestic production and potentially add about 2% to this year's inflation.
 

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