September 1, 2017

Why you should trust poor stock markets

Michael Stadler from Osteopathy Central is still not quite sure about the stock market. How can a system such as the stock market be trusted if it regularly creates losses and makes investors stress about their money?

It helps if you realize that market corrections only affect the stock prices and not the companies themselves. The profits you are entitled to as a shareholder are not affected unless you were the reason for the lower prices. And what shouldn’t be overlooked: when this happens, you can buy the shares at cheaper prices.

That’s why it is so important to invest on a regular basis. Markets will not remain poor forever or, vice versa, will not always be on a roll. Even if the markets crash, you should stick to your investment strategy.

The exciting insight for osteopath Michael Stadler: Even the banks cannot prevent the crisis.

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