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Money Matters: Prepare, Don't Predict

April 12, 2021


"The Historic Bull Market." "Correction Coming." "Beware of Inflation." You may have seen these words in headlines lately. About a year after the unprecedented market events of spring 2020, the economy is recovering, but there is a lot of debate about how exactly the recovery will evolve. One thing remains true: time in the market, not timing the market, is the key to a successful investment strategy. Nobody can know what the next quarter or the quarter after that will look like. But you can mitigate risk by diversifying your strategy to help ensure you stay on track to reach your long-term financial goals.

It's important to set your saving and investment goals early in your career, and having a small amount of capital should not stop you from investing. Malvern Bank and our strategic partner Bell Rock Capital, LLC, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor, can help you get started. Whether you are investing for growth, income or social responsibility, we have portfolios to meet your needs. If you are just starting out, Malvern has a Wealth Starter Kit, a bundled product that includes 200Deep®, an automated investment platform to help launch you on your journey.

To learn more, contact Malvern's Senior Investment Advisor, Sally Lawson, at 610.695.3651. If you want to talk about economic trends on the horizon and your strategy, don't hesitate to reach out. Here are some related articles that I think are valuable. Let me know if they spark any ideas or questions.


Anthony C. Weagley
President & CEO
Malvern Bank, National Association
Office : 610.644.9400

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*Bell Rock Capital, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor, is working in affiliation with Malvern Bank, NA. Products offered are not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or any other federal or state deposit guarantee fund or other government agency; Not endorsed or guaranteed by the bank or their affiliates; and are not deposits or obligations of the bank and are not guaranteed by the bank, and are subject to investment risk, including potential loss of principal.


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