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Don’t worry over changing bond prices

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When you own stocks, you know their prices will always fluctuate. To help ease the effects of this volatility on your portfolio, you could add other types of investments, such as bonds. Yet bond prices will also rise and fall.

But there may be — in fact, there should be — a big difference in how you view the ups and downs of stocks versus those of bonds.

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