Time to Worry: Investors Are Confident Again
At the end of last year, oil and the Russian ruble crashed, the VIX volatility index doubled, and U.S. stocks dropped 5 percent from their high — all circumstances that normally shake an investor's confidence. Not this time, though: New data from Fidelity shows that while the world panicked, many individual investors in the U.S. were buying stocks.
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