Staying Invested for the Long-Term

Aaron Ammerman |

Investors know that it’s logical to think long-term when it comes to investing. But when headlines about the market turn worrisome, many feel the need to act. Acting impulsively in the short-term could have significant consequences when it comes to trying to achieve your long-term financial goals.  The stock market can be volatile in the short term. It can decline substantially in a single day, creating fear amongst investors. But if you stay calm, you’ll find that the likelihood of a positive return grows higher the longer you stay invested.

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