Here's why one Wall Street chief strategist thinks the market's turbulent January is the new normal
Business Insider -

Events like the coronavirus outbreak, US presidential election, and geopolitical tensions are set to drive greater volatility in 2020 compared to last year, according to Seema Shah, chief strategist at Principal Global Investors.

Central banks are still "still obviously in play," and with the Federal Reserve pausing rate adjustments until inflation meets its 2% goal, investors shouldn't expect the stimulus seen in 2019, she said.

Shah recommends investors remain "fully invested" as long as...

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