Financial markets have given investors a hard time over the past few months. Not only have we seen a drop in prices, but the volatility and multi-percentage-point days seem to be making investors a little seasick. The first thing people uneasy want to do is get off the boat .
[ad_1] We may be entering a bear market soon, but now is not the time to panic if you are an investor. As Warren Buffett wrote in his 2016 letter to shareholders, investors should do two things when stocks fall: stay in the market and buy cheaply. President Donald Trump
[ad_1] If you are an older worker or a retiree, you can naturally worry about the recent falls in the stock market – especially with concerns that you will not have time to make up for your losses. Here are two tips to help allay your fears: Keep a historical
[ad_1] A decline in the stock market is painful for investors, but the aftermath can be a blow to the economy as a whole. A key risk to economic growth in 2019 is that a drop in the stock market could cause people to cut back on spending, which is