The Problem with the Chinese Stock Market
The Problem with the Chinese Stock Market Last week, the mainland Chinese stock markets were on a roller coaster and the world markets were along for at least some of the ride. A lot of investors are nervous, which is understandable. Their financial future might be at least somewhat dependent on what happens in the Chinese market. The financial media isn’t helping anyone calm down (isn’t that always the case?). Should you be worried? Our answer, as always, is no. Of course, that’s assuming you have a well-diversified portfolio built around your risk tolerance and objectives. This Is Part of Investing The financial media specializes in predicting the end of the world. In fact, it’s their job, and they’re good at it. The more worried you are, the more money they make, because you’re watching their shows, buying their magazines, and clicking on their ads. Don’t let them scare you. Investing in stocks means taking risk. That’s why we do it. If you build your portfolio correctly, you will get “paid” in the form of higher expected returns over time for taking on risk. But risk is risk, which means the market is going to drop sometimes. Sometimes it drops […]
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