Wall Street and New York Stock Exchange in New York.
The stock market has defied gravity in recent weeks, rebounding nearly as quickly as it sold off amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The threat of another steep decline is omnipresent. But stock investors shouldn’t be concerned, experts say.
In fact, panicking and selling out of stocks if the market craters again could cost investors a lot of money.
“When the heat is on and things feel risky and scary, that’s where your biggest potential returns are going to lie as a stock market investor,” Fitzgerald said.