There is no question that global markets are in flux. Britain having voted for “Brexit” is putting a strain on the European Union, along with problems tied to the refugee crisis. In Asia, a combination of Chinese expansion in the South China Sea and threats of missile tests by North Korea add to the uncertainty. Russian adventurism in the Ukraine has helped to destabilize the region, and in Latin America controversy has embroiled Brazil, Venezuela and numerous other countries.
Put these all together, and the No. 1 question I am asked by partners and clients is, “What do I do under these challenging conditions?”
In times of uncertainty, a few core practices will guide you through the rough waters. Read More….