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CNBC Transcript: First On Interview with Matthew Elliot, CEO of Vote Leave

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Investors doubt whether their portfolios are secure in the current environment. What you do now, with Scott Hanson, CEO Hanson McClain Group, and Brian Jacobsen, Wells Fargo Funds.

Investors need to look at where they stand and look at what changes to make in the midst of this market downturn, Scott Hanson, co-founder and CEO of Hanson McClain Group, said Monday.

“I think now a call for people to to say ‘How much I paid in shares? How much do I have in foreign markets?” “Did he CNBC’s” krys on the street. “” If you look over time, we have had some serious terugsakkings and has over the past 50 years, we have had eight times when the market has more than 20 percent. We have a big disadvantage at a time and needed a lot of investors to prepare. “

US equities for European stocks lower Monday with the three major averages is at least 1 percent, yet scaffolding shaking voice the UK to leave the European Union.

” I think people need to look at [or] get the right balance in your portfolio, “said Hanson

the Dow Jones industrial average was down more than 200 points noon Monday while the benchmark S & amp.; amp; p 500 index briefly below 2000, christened an important psychological level

But Vanguard’s global chief economist, Joe Davis, said Monday that it is an opportunity for investors to buy shares may be at a discount..

“I think some investors who disciplined to take advantage of [the fall] because, after a systematic re alan lilac strategy. We have in the year with a very guarded and muted outlook for the return on the market, but said we were not so rude as to say that investors should get out of the market, “Davis CNBC’s” squawk Alley. “

John Stoltzfus, chief investment strategist at Oppenheimer Asset Management, echoes comments Davis’ in the same interview

Dow 5-day chart source:. FactSet

” We are in the eye of the storm at the moment, but if we look back historically, has come an eye of the storm, hindsight is always one of the best times to catch what is thrown out in a hurry. We want to think that the markets here, especially for sophisticated investors many opportunities that can not be realized for months, “he said.

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