Here's Why You Should Never Go All-In on the Stock Market

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Here's Why You Should Never Go All-In on the Stock Market

With inflation cooling down and the Nasdaq Composite rebounding by over 20% since its June lows, it can seem like the worst of the 2022 sell-off may be in the rearview mirror. When there's a mixed bag of macroeconomic data and wide gaps between better-than-expected earnings and downright disasters, chances are there will be some phenomenal buying opportunities in the stock market. As tempting as it may be to double or triple down when a stock is on sale, it's never a good idea to go all-in on the stock market.