Since the curtains opened on 2022, the iconic Dow Jones Industrial Average, benchmark S&P 500, and growth-focused Nasdaq Composite, have respective fallen by 14%, 18%, and 27%. Losing more than a quarter of its value has pushed the Nasdaq firmly into a bear market. Although a tumbling stock market can be scary and tug on investors' emotions, big declines have always represented a buying opportunity.
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