In a downward-trending market, it’s easy to become frustrated with a portfolio that’s drifting ever lower. That frustration often results in a desire to capitalize, somehow, on the poor market conditions. That’s when some investors turn to short selling. A person who expects a decline in asset prices can borrow shares from his or her brokerage, and then sell the shares. When, or if, the price declines, the investor…

Learn what Robert Davis, CFA, Partner and Chief Investment Officer of Round Table Wealth Management, had to say about shorting stocks and the risk associated, in the US News and World Report article he was quoted in, titled, “Why Shorting Stocks May Be a Huge Mistake”

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