Volatility Threatens Discipline

This is my fourth article in a series devoted to helping investors stay disciplined in the face of market volatility—and even lengthy periods of underperformance by risky assets.

The first was a December 2015 post dealing with what I call “investment depression.” The second was a January post designed to help investors deal with the worst-ever five opening trading days to a year for the S&P 500 Index, titled “Keep Calm and Step Forward.” The third was a post earlier this month addressing the mystery of disappearing premiums, particularly the value premium.

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