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Why a Rough Period for Stocks Can Be a Good Thing for Long-Term Investors

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Why a Rough Period for Stocks Can Be a Good Thing for Long-Term Investors

Through the years, investors will undoubtedly encounter rough periods for their stock holdings -- that's just how it goes, and nobody is exempt from experiencing this. In March 2020, the stock market plummeted due to reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic. For long-term investors -- especially those with many years until retirement -- this drop in stock prices represented an ideal buying opportunity.

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