Market volatility spiked recently, catching many investors by surprise. These seemingly unpredictable market movements can prompt investors to think they need to take drastic action. In times like these, it appears everyone is asking the same questions: “Should we get out before the market tanks? And if so, how soon?”
In this two-minute video, we show you what normal market volatility looks like. Find out how peak-to-trough variations compare to year-end returns over the last 40 years.
As hard as it can be to embrace market volatility, sharp swings on the upside and the downside are a normal part of investing. As you consider your investment strategy, consider the necessary link between risk and reward. Historically, those who can weather the ups and downs get rewarded for their discipline.
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