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Market Volatility

Navigating when markets get rough.
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Navigating when markets get rough.

Concerns about the technology sector, a strengthening U.S. dollar and falling global oil prices contributed to a drop that wiped out the previous week’s post-mid-term U.S. election rebound.
With its latest decline, the stock market is nearing correction territory. What does a correction mean, what’s likely to happen next and what can investors do now?
Stocks have been volatile this month, even as the economy and corporate earnings chug ahead. How should investors respond?
Concerns about rising Treasury yields and U.S.-China trade tension have pressured equity markets in recent days. Here’s what investors should know.
Low-volatility stocks may help mitigate market turbulence.

Stay Invested

In this video, see how three investors responded to market volatility.
When the market drops, it's generally a good idea to stick to your long-term investment plan. But what if you don’t have time to recover?
While staying the course may be hard on your nerves, it can be healthier for your portfolio.
Volatile markets can be challenging to trade. Here are seven ways to help keep your plan on track.
Market volatility can make anyone nervous. Here’s what investors should know about dealing with it.

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