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Periodic stock market declines are a common occurrence. In fact, history shows that the S&P 500 Index1 has experienced a selloff in three out of every 10 years.
To minimize the impact of these declines on your retirement savings portfolio, you need to strike the right balance between risk and reward. You also need to rely on logic, not emotions, when making your investment decisions.
The following flier includes additional information about market volatility and its potential impact on your retirement savings: Market Volatility Flyer.
After you view this information, feel free to contact us for some valuable advice regarding strategies to help develop the right mix of investments for your particular situation
1The S&P 500 Index is representative of domestic markets and includes the average performance of 500 widely held common stocks. Individuals may not invest directly into an index and unlike investments, the S&P 500 Index does not incur management fees, charges or expenses. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.