A bear market refers to a widespread decline in asset prices of at least 20%.
We've seen stock markets fall 20% and more in recent months. The oil price fell through the floor, and unemployment is soaring.
This is not a fun time to be in, and you might be confused, panicked or just blown away.
The good news is, this is only a phase - and it will also pass. Things will turn around and l... ››› more
Panic on the stock market is a horrible feeling that hits investors. It leads them to make irrational decisions about their investments, usually with dire consequences.
To deal with this type of panic, you need to understand it. And you need to have a strategy to cope with it.
Read on to find out more…
There are two types of panic that hit investors
Panic type 1
This type of pani... ››› more
Investing can be a nerve-racking experience.
When your stocks rise in price, it's easy to feel pleased with your stock picks. But when any of your stocks or the market shows signs of falling, it's easy to let panic take over.
This panic can lead you to make decisions you may regret in the future.
So how can you overcome panic when you invest?
Read on to find out…
Don’t let pa... ››› more
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