The stock market has been volatile this year, and the S&P 500 is over 20% below its peak in early January.
This means that the market is once again on the verge of entering a bear market.
A lot of investors are concerned about a potential recession.
When the Market or your portfolio assets are down, don’t change your plans until you have a good reason.
If you are daring, try to add some good dividend stocks in your portfolio during bear markets.
Many businesses annually distribute a small dividend yield to shareholders in order to share their profits.
As you age, your portfolio should be more conservative, with a greater proportion of bonds and fewer equities.
the market's complete recovery from a downturn might occasionally take years.