It’s tough to forget the stock market crash of 2008.

Portfolios tumbled.

Investors felt like they had eaten plates of rotten fish.

Unfortunately, another crash is coming. We don’t know when, but the sun always sets on every bright bull market.

Some people like market crashes.

If they’re investing every month, they celebrate like it’s a Boxing Day sale.

But most investors hate to see their hard-earned money plummet.

Unfortunately, if we want to make profits, we have to accept the short-term risks. At least, conventional wisdom says we do.

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