“The six-month bear market that wiped out nearly half of Americans' retirement savings threatens to scare away the class of investor who has the most to gain from it: young people”.
“Mutual fund manager T. Rowe Price says in a study that those who began to systematically invest in equities in severe bear markets were "significantly better off 30 years later than investors who began in bull markets".
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The article cited above is very consistent with my “contrarian philosophy." In other words, to succeed as an investor, you need to usually do the opposite of “conventional thinking."