How 3 Experts Think About Stock Market Volatility

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2020 has been a brutally volatile year for stocks. While the market is on track to finish solidly higher than it started on an incredible bounce back from the lows of late March, plenty of individual investors haven’t enjoyed the same successes as the overall market. 
On the Oct. 26 edition of “The Wrap” on Motley Fool Live, host Jason Hall engaged Motley Fool contributor Brian Feroldi and analyst Emily Flippen in a conversation about strategies to deal with the market’s volatility. Looking to improve your returns and better manage the market’s ups and downs? These three experts explain how they manage it in their own investing practices. 
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Jason Hall: What I want to do is just have a little round table conversation. What do you do? What’s your process? How do you think about volatility and how does it form your investing decisions?
Brian Feroldi: I came prepared. (See image in video above) What happened today, and this is what happens over months, this is what happens over years, and this is what happens over decades. I focus on this (points at “years” in image.) Not this (points at “days”.) The stock market was down today. So what? I …

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