We all have concerns. This includes financial worries. Many of us worry that we won’t have enough money in retirement, for example. That concern can be eased by actively saving and investing in the stock market. However, many people have fears about putting money into stocks, too.
Many of the most common investing fears are simply unfounded, and others can be overcome. Steering clear of stocks is likely to leave you in a tenuous financial situation in retirement, so one way or another, start looking into investing. Facing those fears and overcoming them can put you and your loved ones on the path to financial security.
Here’s a look at seven common stock market fears and how you might deal with each of them.
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