This Chart Speaks for Itself

With the current news cycle highlighting war, inflation, mounting debt, market volatility, and more, it may persuade you to do something drastic with your investment portfolio – or not so drastic, but a change nonetheless. The quick walk down memory lane below should provide some great perspective about what you should actually always do – sit tight and let your plan work.

When you worry about the future based on what is in the news today, you can cost yourself a massive amount of wealth in the long run.

​​​The fact of the matter is that bad news does not equal bad market returns:



Always remember, your portfolio is designed to handle market swings and news cycles.

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