If you're watching the news, you've probably seen that the market is up so far this week. Investors have reacted positively to the expected stimulus bill, buying back into the market. We're still down from the record highs set earlier this year -- we are back to about first-quarter 2017 levels.
I can give you all kinds of historical research showing that the market will bounce back. It's just hard to digest when your stomach is somewhere above your eyeballs. Which means, as scary as the ride is, the best thing to do is close your eyes and hold on tight to the handle bar. We'll get back to the station okay.
If you're the type to throw your hands in the air and scream through the roller coaster ride, here's some positive steps you can take:
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