Charles Sizemore in 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.

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.