Andrew S. PerriMay 19, 2022

According to many analysts, a bear market seems increasingly likely as a reality that investors need to face. With inflation at heights not seen in decades, and central bankers raising interest rates rapidly in response, the recent selloffs may be causing a feeling of panic to set in.

But as any experienced hiker knows, panicking is the worst thing you can do if you meet a bear in the woods, and the same is true responding to a bear market. Although both are unexpected, having a plan on what to do in such eventualities and following it is the best way to ensure you won’t get mauled — physically or financially!

Especially at moments of uncertainty like these, keeping a cool head will pay the greatest dividends.

Here are some articles I found interesting that I think you might enjoy as well. Let me know what you think.

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