market fluctuation

Time After Time

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The media and the crowd.

The 2016 Stock Market Downturn: There Is Some Good News

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Many investors are worried, but there is a silver lining to the recent declines on Wall Street.

Market Volatility Shouldn't Be Feared

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Time to re-learn the lessons from 2008-2009.

Understanding Volatility Can Make You a Smarter Investor

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I never thought much about the psychology of investing early in my career. Nor did   

Some Investors Remain Fearful of a Strong U.S. Stock Market

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Why are some investors so skittish about U.S. stocks?

Is the Stock Market Going to Crash?

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What are some differences between the late 1990s and now?

Emotional Decisions About Money Can Have Unintended Consequences

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A recent study by Northwestern Mutual found half of Americans are less financially secure than   

Strategies for New Stock Market Highs

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The future of uncertainty.

The Comfort of Statistics

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…what it could mean in 2013.

Lessons From the Crash of 1987

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The stock market falls for reasons we cannot foresee.

Managing the Volatility of Riskier Parts of the Market

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Does a core/satellite approach have merit?

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