- the source for market opinions


July 8, 2015 | Triple Digit Jitters Running Again

Adrian Mastracci

Adrian Mastracci, Discretionary Portfolio Manager, B.E.E., MBA. My expertise in the investment and financial advisory profession began in 1972. I graduated with the Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from General Motors Institute in 1971. I then attended the University of British Columbia, graduating with the MBA in 1972. I have attained the “Discretionary Portfolio Manager” professional designation. I am committed to offering clients the highest standard of personal service by providing prompt, courteous and professional attention. My advice is objective, unbiased and without conflicts of interest. I’m part of a team that delivers comprehensive services and best value in managing client wealth.

“North American stock markets are once again feeling the pinch of sudden triple digit jitters.”


Consider these two choices:

1. If you’re a short term investor, you have plenty of daily noise to sift through.
There is no shortage of what you might trade before the day is over.

2. If you’re a long term investor, carry on with your game plan.
You could buy some bargains today or just sit out the turmoil.

I’ve always preferred the second one.
Sure beats worrying about things that can’t be controlled.

Talk soon,


STAY INFORMED! Receive our Weekly Recap of thought provoking articles, podcasts, and radio delivered to your inbox for FREE! Sign up here for the Weekly Recap.

July 8th, 2015

Posted In: Adrian Mastracci Blog

Post a Comment:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

All Comments are moderated before appearing on the site


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.