"The No. 1 rule of investing is to you need to determine your own philosophy and not let the noise distract you," she says.So rather than making an impulse decision to sell stocks after the market has a bad day, you refer back to your action plan and goals. An objective review of your tolerance for loss, personal investment goals and past investment history should guide your decisions.
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