Every day brings new hyperbolic headlines about the trade war between the US and China. Both countries are each other’s biggest trading partner, so it seems like a cause for concern. While ongoing trade friction can lead to economic slowdowns for both countries, it’s no reason to make drastic changes to your portfolio.
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