4 Tips for Filtering The Noise About Market Turbulence

Stock gyrations have become a fact of life. So turn off your emotions and develop a smart, measured approach on how to deal with them.

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Up and down, and down and up. If stock market volatility has you feeling a little squeamish these days, you’re not alone. Market swings can rattle even seasoned investors.

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John Thomas, Investment Adviser Representative
Chief Investment Officer, Global Wealth Management

John Thomas is the Chief Investment Officer at South Florida-based Global Wealth Management (www.askglobalwealth.com). A graduate of the University of Florida, he has served as a contributor and source for "The Wall Street Journal" and other financial news outlets.