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Question: I got frightened during the last financial crisis a few years ago. I pulled my money out last spring and sat on the side lines for a very long time. I got back in, but I’m not sure when the markets might go back down. And I don’t want to make the mistake of getting out at the wrong time again. How do I prevent it?

Answer: You can always stay out of the financial markets altogether and simply be a saver, rather than an investor.

Despite Fed actions to encourage money into the market, saving is still a popular choice for some, rather than enduring more stock market drama.

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