One Year Later

It’s now been just over a year from that chilling day in March 2020 when the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped nearly 13% while the S&P 500 simultaneously fell 12%. The pandemic had only just been declared as such and we were in our first week of lockdowns and mandatory social distancing. While this historic one-day drop, occurring in a market that still would not arrive at its bottom for another week, certainly kept analysts’ eyes on the screen the fact is that most folks remained less worried about the stock market than they did about the rapid and widespread shuttering of thousands of businesses.


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1Q20 In Perspective

Given the current situation, and the plethora of information that has already been broadcast and published about the Coronavirus and its impact on the markets, we wanted to bring in Stadion’s Chief Investment Officer Brad Thompson to share his insights on recent market activity.


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