WLWT: UC finance professor encourages investors not to panic

Hui Guo says a fraction of wealth can be put in safe, liquid assets

Even though the stock market has experienced extra volatility in recent weeks, investors shouldn’t panic, WLWT reported.

While investors shouldn’t pull all their money out of the stock market, there are more stable places for their wealth. University of Cincinnati finance professor Hui Guo said safe and liquid assets, like treasury bills, can provide a buffer in uncertain times.

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