Avoid February Fatigue

I never thought of February as a month of many holidays until I spoke to a friend last week. He said, "This is always a hard time of year for me; I am really looking forward to the February break." Like my friend, we've also been busy, but I can view February differently with these interspersed holidays. We've finished MLK Day, Valentine's Day, enjoyed the Presidents Day stock market closure, and now we look forward to a couple more months of fluctuating weather. As our friend in New York City counsels in this month's Nick Murray guest editorial, beware of volatility fatigue related to all the daily changes around us.

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