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Mar 27, 2020

While the stock market may dip due to the PSYCHOLOGICAL effects of a recession or unexpected event, there is a big difference between a dip and a crash. As an investor, you are wise to understand that difference.  Unfortunately, scary headlines about BOTH often push skiddish investors to do the exact opposite of what they should do when a recession, a dip, or surprising event occurs.  Rather than seeing OPPORTUNITY, like professional investors do, many investors panic,  and end up selling high quality holdings at precisely the wrong time—destroying any chance of being successful over the long run.  They climb back in later, after licking their wounds, and locking in losses. Today, we'll lay out the clear steps for protecting your retirement portfolio from the unexpected and setting yourself up to achieve long term goals. Then Medicare specialist Shelley Grandidge joins us for the Q & A.  A timely show you don't want to miss MASTERING MONEY