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7 Facts That May Help Free You From Fear of Stock Market Crashes

| December 29, 2018
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A colleague recently passed along this infographic article from Jeff DesJardins. Jeff is the Editor-in-Chief of Visual Capitalist, a media site that creates and curates visuals on business and investing. He has been quoted or featured on Business Insider, Forbes, CNBC, MarketWatch, The Huffington Post, The World Economic Forum, and Fast Company.  Here is a link to his recent article:

7 Facts That May Help Free You From the Fear Of Stock Market Crashes

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