Welcome back to Part 3 of this 5-part Market Volatility Series. If you missed Parts 1 & 2, then I encourage you to watch those videos. In Part 1, I discussed that this recent market decline is not as bad as people are making it out to be. And in Part 2, I discuss that it’s normal and necessary for markets to decline and that this recent volatility shouldn’t concern you. You can find the links to those videos directly below this video.
In Part 3 today, you’ll learn two things. First is that just because the stock market has reached a new high doesn’t mean that the market will decline. In fact, it’s generally the opposite. And second, no one truly knows when the stock market declines will come. People will say they know, but in reality they don’t.
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Market Volatility (Part 1): Tune Out the Noise
Market Volatility (Part 2): Market Declines are Normal and Necessary
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