The stock market is dropping—here’s what you should do
By Jonathan Blumberg
Most analysts consider this drop to be a normal correction, as opposed to a sign of an incipient bear market. Though the drop is unsettling after 2017, the first year in history where the S&P 500 showed gains every month, Nick Holeman, a CFP at Betterment, agrees that you shouldn’t panic.
“As long as you are invested appropriately for your goals, stay away from your investment portfolio.”