Volatility Is Actually Good for the Stock Market’s Returns
Robert R. Johnson
Despite the recent market slide, investors need to avoid making rash decisions because volatility is a positive sign that equities will yield higher returns in the long-term, said Edison Byzyka, vice president of investments for Hefty Wealth Partners in Auburn, Ind.
Downside market volatility is not only “an important aspect of well-functioning financial markets,” it is also “nothing short of expected normal market behavior that needs to occur,” Byzyka said.
Chang, Ellen, "Volatility Is Actually Good for the Stock Market’s Returns" (2015). In the News. 236.