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How to Invest When Both the Stock Market and Bonds Are Falling

The best protection from this volatility is to have a long-term financial plan and stick with it, advisers say

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Chances are your portfolio is taking a beating right now as stock and bond prices fall together for the first time in decades. Yet the best strategy in moments of volatility like this one, financial advisers say, is also one of the least satisfying: Do nothing.

Doing nothing right now is easier said than done, with anxiety rising along with inflation and interest rates, and the global economic uncertainties caused by the war in Ukraine and the third year of the pandemic only growing. 

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