Money expert: Investors should not be worried despite stock market volatility

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MOLINE- Investment Advisor Mark Grywacheski joins us every Monday on Good Morning Quad Cities, and on April 2, he discussed the continued volatility of the stock market.

The conversation followed up what he discussed Monday, March 26, after there was a heavy decline in the stock market the week before. Grywacheski discussed why there's volatility, how long it will take place, and whether investors should be worried.

Grywacheski says investors have been concerned with inflation, interest rate concerns, and now President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs. He says the markets are trying to refine their estimates on those concerns, but there's a challenge that comes along with that.

"We keep getting conflicting and revised information," Grywacheski said Monday. "One economic report will indicate inflation will start to surge higher, but a few days later, another economic report will indicate it will be much more gradual."

Grywacheski says the back and forth on which nations will be a part of the tariff is causing volatility, but he says investors shouldn't be worried at this time.

Your Money With Mark airs live on Good Morning Quad Cities every Monday between 6 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. To live stream our newscast from our website, click here.

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