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Feb 8, 2018

Podcast: Learn About Market Volatility with Ed Robinson

By Team Stash

BONUS episode! The markets can feel like a roller coaster. Stash co-founder Ed Robinson weighs in on a crazy week

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There’s never a dull moment in the markets. Some days they’re up, some days they’re down. If you’re new to investing, this can be pretty scary.

If your first instinct is to panic and and sell when the Dow takes a tumble, take a breath. After all, it’s normal for markets to be volatile. Nearly a decade of growth? Now that’s unusual.

On this bonus episode, I sat down with Stash co-founder Ed Robinson. We talk about volatility, interest rates, and investing through good times and bad.

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