How to Face Short-Term Noise Head-on
In this week’s edition of the Market & Portfolio Review, we will discuss some of the common mistakes investors face that detract from their ability to reach their goals. We must focus on the fundamentals rather than panic during times of market distress and fall into the trap of timing the market. With a long time horizon, short-term events are just that – short-term. Investors should view these times as an opportunity to take advantage of market weakness and lean on their advisor to help make those uncomfortable decisions that can contribute to the success of their long-term goals. This is the power of having a financial advisor on your team.
- Avoid common investing mistakes such as trying to time the market and panicking during market drawdowns.
- Stay disciplined to your long-term plan in the face of short-term noise. Focus on the fundamentals.
- We all need a swing coach. Lean on your advisor for help.
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