At the end of January, the stock market hit correction territory. This left many investors feeling vulnerable, emotional, and can lead to compulsive portfolio decisions. Investors first step is to have a financial plan with an asset allocation that is appropriate and stress tested. Investors can then invest with a purpose while blocking out the market noise. If an investor is still compelled to try to time the stock market or bail out during rough times, this video provides a good reason not to panic. What happens if only a few of the best days are missed?
- Post author:Kevin McNab
- Post published:February 10, 2022
- Post category:Academic / Community / Entrepreneurs / General
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