It's no secret that stocks go higher...
And losing money in the stock market long-term has actually been hard.
Since 1942, the S&P 500 has been up 62 of those 78 years if you include dividends.
During that time, the average returns for an up year was 19.3% and the average return for a down year was -12%.
So not only do stocks win 80% of the time, but the wins are larger than losing years.
Which begs the question... then what causes those to underperform or lose money?
Fear is the biggest impact on returns.
We get fearful as stocks go down and fearful of missing out as stocks go up.
That why I'm going to share with you my secret on how to curtail that fear so that you can beat the market.
Here's to living rich,
Joshua M. Belanger