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When the stock market slides between 10% and 20%, it’s called a correction. You may not recall the last one because it ended in February 2016, shaving 14% off Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index.
Favor low fees and diversity over exchange-traded funds with extremely long maturities.
Smart-beta funds, which are emerging as alternatives to traditional stock-index funds, are worth a look.
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