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Why You Shouldn't Worry About Market Corrections

You shouldn’t worry about market corrections. Not because they won’t come -- they will. There is just no way of knowing when. Consider the data. It turns out that since corrections can’t be predicted, the best strategy is to remain invested for the long haul. Plus, historically the global stock [...]
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