It seems that the market has seen more volatility in the last 12 months than it has seen in the last 10 years. This volatility has turned seemingly solid investors into worried investors with a quivering lip at times. Why? Because of the market corrections that were experienced. If market history has anything to say, there are more market corrections on the way. How should you handle them? That’s what this post is all about!
What You’ll Learn:
In this episode of Money Meets Medicine, “Strategies for Handling Market Corrections,” you’ll learn:
- How to handle a volatile market.
- Why it’s a waste to try and time the market.
- Why you should act like a bear during a bear market.
- Why corrections for the market are actually healthy.
- And more!
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Listener Question of the Week:
Today’s listener question comes from Marc Warner,
With Cash Balance Plan, 401k, and profit sharing, I can contribute 220k a year pretax. On retirement my nest egg would be 85-90% in tax deferred vehicles. Would there ever be a case to not take advantage of the tax deferral to diversify my retirement tax treatment.
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