“One of the most important things to do in times of heightened uncertainty is to stay calm and avoid making emotional investment decisions,” explains Mariam Kamshad, Head of Portfolio Strategy for Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management Group Investments. In this edition of Financial Spotlight, she offers some evergreen guidance that can help you manage the emotional ups and downs of investing.
Have an investment strategy that reflects your risk tolerance to help stay level-headed about your investments
By diversifying—investing in a mix of assets—your portfolio can better withstand market changes
Take the long view. Don’t let short-term volatility distract you from long-term goals