The Top 5 Bear Market Mistakes – And How to Avoid Them

With the recent market volatility, we’ve seen a number of new opportunities open up for investors and traders alike.

For many newer investors, this will be your first time managing a bear market, and it’s vital you know what you’re doing if you want to protect and grow your wealth.

It took just 16 days for the S&P 500 index to fall 20%, the quickest transition from bull to bear ever. At the current low (March 23rd at the time of writing) it’s been down 34% from recent highs.

Nobody feels good about losing 1/3 of their gains in just a couple of weeks.

And as legendary investor Charlie Munger says, bear markets expose inexperienced investors who make irrational decisions based purely on emotions. We’re here to help you avoid this.

So the good news is, you can survive, and with a few smart plays, even thrive in a bear market.

Which is why we’ve prepared this report at no-cost to you.

There’s nothing for sale inside, just honest investing strategies to help you navigate these tough times.

Here’s just a fraction of what you’ll learn

  • 2 “tourist trap” stocks to avoid at all costs
  • 3 “boring” companies which perform well during downturns
  • The fastest way to add bonds to your portfolio (you can do it directly from any brokerage account)

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