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Podcast #11: What to Do When the Markets are Down

On February 12, 2020, the markets began dropping. As a result, many investors have been left worrying about their investments and what they should do to keep their financial plans, and money, safe during this time of uncertainty.

Today, Jeremy Keil is here to share his words of wisdom on how to invest during market drops. Jeremy shares key ideas to keep in mind with your investments and how three investing areas (risk, diversification, and rebalancing) can help you stay calm during market swings.


In this episode, you’ll learn:


  • Why you should still be assessing your risk tolerance during market drops

  • The risk of trying to time the market

  • Tips for keeping your emotions in check

  • When the best time to rebalance is

  • And more!


Join Jeremy now to learn how you can keep cool during the current investing climate!


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