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Don't pause your 401k contributions. 

Best time to buy for long term growth. 

Most people loose money anticipating bear market than in bear market ..

Every time after the stocks bottomed , thr stocks went over 30% up in next 12 months .

By the time you contemplate , what kind of bounce that is , you lost 30% opportunity..

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5 minutes ago, Pandubabu said:

Don't pause your 401k contributions. 

Best time to buy for long term growth. 

Most people loose money anticipating bear market than in bear market ..

Every time after the stocks bottomed , thr stocks went over 30% up in next 12 months .

By the time you contemplate , what kind of bounce that is , you lost 30% opportunity..

do u know stocks bottomed

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Just now, futureofandhra said:

do u know stocks bottomed

Don’t need to know, just don’t stop contributing to retirement account . You can’t time market. 

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8 minutes ago, Pandubabu said:

Don't pause your 401k contributions. 

Best time to buy for long term growth. 

Most people loose money anticipating bear market than in bear market ..

Every time after the stocks bottomed , thr stocks went over 30% up in next 12 months .

By the time you contemplate , what kind of bounce that is , you lost 30% opportunity..

It’s not always true. I suggest it’s a good time to preselect real stocks from overpriced stocks.  

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2 minutes ago, futureofandhra said:

do u know stocks bottomed

Will you know ? No one knows . Time in the market makes you money 

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10 minutes ago, Pandubabu said:

Don't pause your 401k contributions. 

Best time to buy for long term growth. 

Most people loose money anticipating bear market than in bear market ..

Every time after the stocks bottomed , thr stocks went over 30% up in next 12 months .

By the time you contemplate , what kind of bounce that is , you lost 30% opportunity..

Now is the best time to max out bro 401k e next 3 years 401k max out chesthey super returns after 5 years

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1 minute ago, veerigadu said:

It’s not always true. I suggest it’s a good time to preselect real stocks from overpriced stocks.  

Most of the 401k options are not individual stocks . At max they offer company stock . 

It is very difficult you mess up with 401k allocation .

They mostly default with low fees  index based TDFs.  So you can't go wrong .

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Just now, Swatkat said:

Now is the best time to max out bro 401k e next 3 years 401k max out chesthey super returns after 5 years

I always max out 401k, hsa and roth ira swatty irrespective of market ..

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Just now, Pandubabu said:

I always max out 401k, hsa and roth ira swatty irrespective of market ..

E year max out cheyanu but 15k next year nunchi pakka. 

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3 minutes ago, Swatkat said:

E year max out cheyanu but 15k next year nunchi pakka. 

Also max out HSA if your employer offers ..

 

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9 minutes ago, veerigadu said:

It’s not always true. I suggest it’s a good time to preselect real stocks from overpriced stocks.  

Which of this is not always true.  I know people saying that stocks are overvalued from 2016 and on the sidelines without investing.  Just imagine how much they lost even after the recent slide..

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