Making investment decisions based on fear or fluctuating market activity can keep you from meeting your goals. Here's how to keep emotions out of the equation and stick to the plan.
You spent years building a healthy retirement investment account. Then Wall Street takes a nosedive. You’re down $10,000, then $15,000. Now you decide that investing inherently means taking on risks. You won’t stop until you win your money back (and then some). You put more in the market. In a blink, you’re down another $25,000.
Don’t let this happen to you!