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Market Volatility

Navigating when markets get rough.
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Navigating when markets get rough.

Why doing nothing may be the better response to market volatility.
Stocks dropped on an earnings warning from Apple and a significant decline in U.S. manufacturing activity. Here’s what investors should know.
How has a government shutdown affected the stock market? Compared with other events, previous shutdowns haven't led to prolonged downturns.
Can the U.S. economy make it to next July, when it would become the longest expansion in the post-WWII era? Let’s take a look.
What does a market correction mean, what’s likely to happen next and what can investors do now?
Part of the yield curve inverted earlier this month. Does that mean a recession is around the corner?
Stock markets were shaken on Tuesday as doubts grew over the U.S.-China trade truce and the Treasury yield curve flattened sharply. Here’s what investors should know.
Low-volatility stocks may help mitigate market turbulence.

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In this video, see how three investors responded to market volatility.
When the market drops, it's generally a good idea to stick to your long-term investment plan. But what if you don’t have time to recover?

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