The dilemma is real.
Just look at the historical fluctuations from 2000 to 2015 in the graph below.
1Sources: Yahoo! Finance GSPC Historical Prices and StandardAndPoors.com. This historical performance of the S&P 500® is not intended as an indication of its future performance and is not guaranteed.
No investor wants to hear that their portfolio has dropped 37% like it did for the S&P 500 in 2008. And they don’t want their money earning less than 1% in a CD when the S&P 500 shot up 32% like it did in 2013.
So, What’s the Solution? 2
The solution is an investment that participates in an up market, and at the same time protects you from market losses.
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(Whether it is tax free or taxable)