The answer to this question is:
You should always be buying!!!
Let’s say, for example, you decided to invest $100 a month. This technique is called dollar cost averaging.
By doing this, you will buy when prices are high, as well as when prices fall.
Over time, as your investment rises in value, the growth you experience can be exponential! This is because you were buying when markets were down – and that can supercharge your growth.
If you are like me, and your time frame is 10 to 20 years away…and definitely if it is longer than that…you shouldn’t be the least bit bothered by this sell-off.
To answer the question “Is it safe to buy again?”
My answer is yes, yes, yes!
My book, The Stock Market is For Everyone, is a short guide for the beginning, inexperienced investor that is easy to understand and can be put into action immediately.
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