Coronavirus Resource Page

McLean Asset Management has compiled information from internal and external sources related to the market conditions caused by the global pandemic. Below you will find resources related to the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on your investments and overall financial plan. We will update this page as we have new events or information to share.

McLean hopes everyone is staying safe and healthy as we navigate these uncertain times. Please share this page with family and friends that may find it helpful. 

Webinar Replays
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Learning to Make Better Financial Decisions During Times of Crisis

Hosted By
Alex Murguia, Ph.D. - Managing Principal

In this continued environment of personal and investment uncertainty, it is our continued pledge to remain of service to you. This series will provide insight into how our behaviors affect our financial decision-making process and what steps we can take to make better informed decisions.

The Coronavirus and The Recent Market Volatility

Hosted By
Bob French, CFA - Director of Investment Analysis

Just like many other areas of life, the novel Coronavirus is having a significant impact on the financial markets. How does this downturn compare to previous downturns? And what does this mean for you? We’ll be looking at these questions, as well as what McLean is doing to manage your portfolio.

Upcoming Events
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Using a Framework to Make Better Financial Decisions - Our Approach to Financial Advice"

Hosted by:
Alex Murguia, Ph.D. - Managing Principal

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET

McLean Articles
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Unpacking Today's Market Returns

Today, March 9th, 2020, was a bad day for the financial markets. Almost all of us (including myself) are counting on the financial markets to help us meet our retirement goals, and days like today are scary because they remind us that the markets don’t care about our retirements...

The Coronavirus and Your Investments

The Coronavirus is scary. When it’s possible to make reasonable comparisons with the Spanish Flu, that should make you sit up and take notice. Aside from the reasonable precautions that you should be taking, what should you be doing to protect your investments from the disruptions that the Coronavirus may cause?...

Lessons for the Next Crisis

We wrote this in 2017 and it remains just as relevant today. In early October 2007, the S&P 500 Index hit what was its highest point before losing more than half its value over the next year and a half during the global financial crisis. Over the coming weeks and months, as other anniversaries of major crisis-related events pass...

What to Make of Market Volatility

In recent days, the significant market decline has resulted in renewed anxiety for many of you. While it may be difficult to remain calm during a substantial market decline, it is important to remember that volatility is a normal part of investing. Additionally, for long-term investors, reacting emotionally to volatile markets may be more detrimental to portfolio performance than the draw-down itself..

Outside Resources
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