March 15, 2018
Think Markets Are Moody? How About Investors?
"Since there is no way to proactively 'fight' a down market, the urge to flee and protect our money becomes almost overwhelming. We must recognize this anxiety for what it is, a physical manifestation of an emotional response," Buckingham Wealth Advisor Helen Modly tells CNBC for an article about dealing with the emotional reaction to wild swings in the stock market.
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