• Bill Savellis

The Cost Of Acting On Emotions

Updated: Mar 29

In October 2008, the market hit rock bottom. Many investors panicked and sold, locking-in their losses. Many who acted on emotion mainly moved their money into cash or tried to time the market by reinvesting into the stock market a short-time later.


However, as illustrated below, those who stayed the course and had the foresight to take advantage of high-quality assets on sale, during the worst financial crisis of our time, ultimately benefited the most from the inevitable market upswing.

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