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How to Handle Market Volatility at Every Stage of Life

I want to talk about this subject because there has been a lot of market volatility this summer alone, let alone the past year. The S&P 500 broke record highs just a few weeks ago, to immediately taking a nose dive afterwards. With the impending Trade War with China and other political turmoil, it’s been a whirlwind of a summer and makes looking towards the future a little nerve racking. What does all of this mean for you, the investor?

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How to Have a Positive Experience While Investing in the Stock Market

This month in our Investing Basics Series, we’re going to step away from how and what to invest in and instead discuss how to be an investor … without the ups and downs of the stock market causing sleepless nights. You’ve read and heard the words “Successful investors are in the game for the long term”; this is truer than ever today. The past couple of years have been a tumultuous time in our country as well as in the world. It seems like it’s harder than ever to figure out what is true and what’s not; who to trust and who to not trust, what to prepare for and what to not worry about. Today I’m going to share some tried and true tips to help you have a better investment experience. If followed, they will improve your investing experience, lessen the stress in your life, and give you more peace of mind.

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Mutual Funds and ETFs: What Are They and Which is the Better Investment For You

ETFs are funds made up of a variety of securities that are bought and sold through a broker. The ETF provider owns the underlying securities in the fund, and the investors in the fund own a portion of the fund. However, the ETF investors do not own the underlying assets in the fund. Rather, the investors share in the profits and losses of the entirety of the fund.

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