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Economic growth picked up in the second quarter in the U.S., with a report of 3.9% GDP far exceeding the anemic growth that occurred in the first quarter, and it has held up relatively well amidst reports of slower growth in China and other emerging economies and a continued downturn in the energy sector.
Historically markets have been resilient following other market pullbacks of over 5%, and the S&P 500 has been positive in 80% of the calendar years since 1980.
Because we haven't had to deal with anything like this for nearly four years, many investors may not feel emotionally well prepared for this volatility.
5 principles every investor should keep in mind: diversification, avoid emotional decision-making, recognize the market is unpredictable and be disciplined; choose low cost investments, and time in the market is more important than timing the market.
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