Why Retirement Investors Should Ignore Stock Market Highs and Volatility
Robert R. Johnson
As the benchmark indexes for the stock market notches new highs, long-term investors should not overreact but tread carefully amid the volatility.
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq have performed well -- respectively up 7.78%, 9.54% and 19.55% year over year as of market close Monday -- but some experts are warning there could be an equity bubble on the horizon.
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