Since January, we’ve watched general market uncertainty break into bear territory… and even longtime, experienced investors are feeling the pain.

We know times like these can be frustrating. So we asked Daily editor Teeka Tiwari how you should handle the volatility heading into the Memorial Day weekend.

Here’s Teeka:

If it’s appropriate for your financial position, use this weakness to buy world-class assets at a discount. Other than that, you don’t have to do anything else.

Enjoy your families, hug your children and your partner, and eat a lot of great food. I know I will. I’m just really looking forward to having a little bit of downtime over the weekend. And I hope you will, too.

So if you can, take a break from the markets, enjoy the long Memorial Day weekend, and spend time with your families. You deserve it.

We’ll be back to covering the markets next week. Because, whether it’s six months or a year from now, the bull market will resume.

And we’ll continue sharing our best ideas to help you emerge from this pullback financially better off than when you entered it.


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Chaka Ferguson
Editorial Director, Palm Beach Daily