As the World Turns

As the World Turns from Eric Clark In the almost 3 months since I penned my commentary on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, world and market events have continued to swirl.  Some changed, others not.  Some familiar, others not so much.  What remains prevalent, in my opinion, is a level of anxiety tied to the uncertainty all around us.  Anxiety that for some, barely registers a concern as they plow through their daily lives and activities.  But for others, a level of anxiety that might lead to an inability to act.  A preference for the status quo, and the sense of control this static state of affairs might provide.  If I’ve learned anything over the years, it’s that if you remain anchored and reluctant to embrace your surroundings, you might find yourself left behind or irrelevant in ways you could regret.  That’s not to say we should follow the herd, but sometimes it can be helpful to be mindful of the situation and reflect on how to effectively navigate.  Being mindful and reflective seem appropriate when viewing the current state Read on! →