Viewpoints: Should you buy stock market declines?

ACTIVE INVESTOR WEEKLY EDITION: November 09, 2018
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WEEKLY EDITION: November 9, 2018
Should you buy stock market declines?
Should you buy stock market declines?
Price drops can be nerve-wracking, but they may provide opportunities.

CHART OF THE WEEK
Election season and stocks
While many focus on who controls Washington DC, history shows that the business cycle matters significantly more.


RETIREMENT
Will your money last in retirement?
As a rule of thumb, withdraw no more than 4%–5% from savings in the first year of retirement—then adjust for inflation.


INVESTING IDEAS
These stocks have "buyback fever"
Here's why semiconductor companies are returning value to shareholders with unprecedented buybacks.


LEARNING CENTER
Managing option strategies around expiration
It's important to pay attention to option expirations. Learn more about the actions to consider both before and after placing an options trade.



Making sense of today's markets
Join Fidelity and Lord Abbett for an in-depth discussion on current market behavior to help manage your risk.


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