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Why You Should Ignore the Stock Market in 2020

Last year was stressful at best for investors at all levels. The Federal Reserve cut interest rates several times after years of growth. President Trump really leaned into his trade war with China. The stock market hit some notable highs and lows. And financial pundits threw around the word “recession” so much that we…Read more… […]

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Why You Should Ignore the Stock Market in 2020

Last year was stressful at best for investors at all levels. The Federal Reserve cut interest rates several times after years of growth. President Trump really leaned into his trade war with China. The stock market hit some notable highs and lows. And financial pundits threw around the word “recession” so much that we…Read more… […]

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You Can’t Predict a President’s Effect on the Stock Market

Candidates for president often announce radical plans for what they’ll do once they get to the White House—but it’s a long road to sweeping change. A new president doesn’t move in and immediately enact their new policies. Nor does Congress instantly convene and say “Yeah, that all sounds good, let’s do that,” before…Read more… Continue […]

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To Get Through a Stock Market Dip, Think of It as a Sale

With the recent talk of a potential recession, it can be tough to know if you should buy, sell, or hold your investments–or pull the covers up over your head and hide from the stock market’s twists and turns. Don’t despair, and instead think about the following analogy before looking at your investment accounts next.Read […]

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To Get Through a Stock Market Dip, Think of It as a Sale

With the recent talk of a potential recession, it can be tough to know if you should buy, sell, or hold your investments–or pull the covers up over your head and hide from the stock market’s twists and turns. Don’t despair, and instead think about the following analogy before looking at your investment accounts next.Read […]

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How to Keep Negative Compounding From Derailing Your Financial Goals

Every penny counts, when you’re saving for retirement or another big financial goal. That includes the pennies you’re paying in brokerage fees and losing to expense ratios—which can add up to a lot more than you realize, thanks to what’s called “negative compounding.”Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Check Your Stock Portfolio Every Morning With These Sites

Lifehacker finance Jedi Alicia Adamczyk would warn against the practice—and it’s good advice—but it can be tough to resist the temptation to check the stock market every day. You don’t have to do anything with this information; sometimes it’s just nice to watch the world burn, as it were, because someone said or did…Read more… […]

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What Happened the Last Time Apple Had a Panic This Bad

On Wednesday, Tim Cook issued a dire, surprising, and historic warning to his company’s investors. Apple, the world’s first trillion dollar company, would be lowering its revenue forecast for the first time since 2002, thanks in part to bad iPhone sales and China (basically). But wait, you’re thinking, what the hell…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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