Charles Sizemore in the Washington Post

Charles Sizemore’s comments on the recent market volatility were reported on the front page of the Washington Post:

The recent wild swings in stock prices have left many average investors flustered. But a broad cross-section of money managers offered them the same simple advice: just calm down.

People on the verge of panic about the performance of their 401(k)s or other investments should take a deep breath and methodically review their investment strategies, money managers and financial planners said.

“At times like this, you have to embrace your inner Spock,” said Charles Sizemore, the Dallas-based editor of the Sizemore Investment Letter. “There is nothing like a good crisis to make you re-evaluate your investment plan.”

To read the full article, see “Money Managers’ Simple Advice to Investors.

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