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Investing and market volatility

Understand your role as an investor and learn how you can manage your assets amid market fluctuations. When markets are volatile, disciplined investing can help you maintain perspective regarding your portfolio.

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Lauren Wybar
Senior Financial Advisor

Being uncomfortable with volatility is totally natural. Your brain might be telling you to sell out of the market—locking in your losses forever—rather than wait it out. Use techniques like mindfulness to let the nervousness pass.

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