Staying Invested for the Long-Term. The Impact of Missing Some of the Market’s Best DaysSubmitted by Washington Wealth Advisors | Falls Church and Ashburn, VA on March 2nd, 2020
The greatest challenge investors have with the stock market, is having the discipline to stay in it long enough to be rewarded for their risk.
We invite you to review the impact of missing some of the market's best days illustrated from a historical perspective.
While it is difficult predict the impact the coronavirus will have in the next few weeks to months, our long term outlook has not changed. We continue to believe equity investors will be rewarded for their discipline and patience.
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