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An Olympian’s Guide To The Market Selloff: Seeking Rewards In High-Risk Situations

Today I’d like to share a few words about the Olympics, but first, two words: Don’t panic. After a year of record closing highs and little to no volatility, it was expected that the stock market would need to blow off some steam.
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