When markets are swinging wildly, you may be tempted to make portfolio changes to avoid losses, which is understandable. After all, you may be watching the value of your life savings drop dramatically. But how can you be sure making changes is the right thing to do? In volatile times, it’s all too easy to make emotional decisions that result in selling low when stocks are falling or buying high after stocks have recovered. Portfolio moves like that could keep you from meeting your long-term investing goals—or worse, cause you to run out of money in retirement.
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