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Retirement investing advice in volatile market As the stock markets get volatile, retirement savers are advised to avoid making decisions based on short-term trends as these actions could undermine their retirement plans, according to an article in USA Today. In a Q&A format, market experts cautioned that a small number of investors buy and sell stocks on an ordinary trading day, though more clients buy on a down market day and sell when markets go up. And they said that those who are overly concerned about market volatility should build a diversified portfolio based on their goals and tolerance for risk, and continue their retirement plan contributions to take advantage of compounding. --USA Today
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