Why Some Folks Don’t Fear Stock Market Volatility

It’s no secret that the stock market has been doing a pretty good impression of a whipsaw lately. Even though it’s been nearly 10 years since we saw the last big correction, a fair amount of folks are getting nervous that another is coming. In today’s episode, Doug Andrew explains how he and his clients have found peace of mind and sometimes even reason to celebrate in times of market volatility. It’s not about out-guessing the market, it’s a matter of knowing the right strategies and accumulating your money for the future in the right savings vehicle. If you want to know how to sleep soundly at night, regardless of what the market is doing, you’re going to love Doug’s message.

Here’s a preview of some of the topics Doug covers in this broadcast:

  • If you’ve felt fearful or confused when you hear what’s happening in the stock market, you’re not alone. The good news is you’re not powerless and Doug explains why.
  • When the Dow Jones average dropped recently, did your heart skip a beat wondering what would happen next? Doug shares some ideas that will allow you to take it all in stride with confidence that your money is safe.
  • What’s the difference between having your money in the market where it’s vulnerable to market swings and having your money linked to the market where it benefits from growth but doesn’t go away in downturns?
  • Indexing is one of Doug’s favorite strategies to help your principal grow during good years and to protect it during bad ones. Learn why this approach saves you from having to make up lost ground.
  • Is it possible to lock in your gains yet not lose a dime during those times when the market declines? Doug explains why the answer is a resounding “yes”.
  • Historically, how many years in any given decade will be down years for the market? You may be surprised at the answer.
  • And much, much more…

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