Stock market crashes are inevitable.
According to a compilation from CNBC, there have been 13 bear markets since 1932.
This includes the 2020 coronavirus-driven crash, which saw global stock markets plummet down to Earth.
The US’ S&P 500 index in March 2020 plunged 34% from a then-record high on 19 February 2020.
Market participants have now found the next thing to fear, and that’s the debt crisis at China Evergrande.
Talks are rife that the heavily-leverage Chinese conglomerate could spark the next stock market crash.
No matter whether a known or a black-swan event brings about the next bear market….
… it’s paramount that investors arm themselves with the relevant knowledge on how to emerge stronger from a market crash.
Because history has shown that indices like the S&P 500 do recover after a crash.
With that, here are some of our past popular articles on the topic of stock market crashes that investors might want to re-visit.
You can bookmark this page to refer to whenever you need it as well.
#1: Preparing for the Next Bear Market
What we know is that there will be another market crash. It’s just a matter of when.
So even before the next stock market crash comes, we should prepare ourselves for it.
This cheat sheet will come in extremely handy.
It breaks down what you should do into three simple steps.
#2: Staying Strong Emotionally During a Market Crash
Imagine we are in the midst of a stock market crash, and everyone around you is panicking.
How do you stay level-headed?
It’s certainly isn’t easy to remain sane during volatile market periods.
As for me, great reminder quotes from Warren Buffett help me to be focused and stay disciplined.
Hope they will help you too.
Speaking of Warren Buffett, you can listen to what Buffett had to say about the 2020 COVID-19 crash here.
Looking for more tips (especially the practical ones) to help you invest well during stock market volatility?
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Here are four tips to navigate future stock market volatilities like a pro!
Most importantly, during a market crash, DO NOT panic-sell.
Just imagine for a moment selling your stocks emotionally last year, only to regrets a few months later.
Panic-selling in a plunging stock market will just crystalise your paper losses.
If the investments we have bought are of high quality in the first place, they usually bounce back strongly from big sell-offs.
So, we should stay the course.
#3: Stocks Ideas To Add To Your Shopping List
If you are into picking individual stocks and looking for high-quality companies to research for your stock-market-crash shopping list, here are some articles for you to comb through.
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Disclaimer: The information provided by Seedly serves as an educational piece and is not intended to be personalised investment advice. Readers should always do their own due diligence and consider their financial goals before investing in any stock.