How to Survive the Next Stock Market Correction

The secret to keeping your investment portfolio intact during a big sell-off is planning ahead and avoiding panic.

Stock market corrections are an inevitable part of investing. Since 1932, declines of 10% to 20% have occurred every two years, on average. The physics of the stock market haven’t changed today: What goes up can’t go up forever.

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Manuel Schiffres
Executive Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance