Did you panic sell during the latest stock market dip? Here’s when to get back in

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Panic selling often happens during stock market dips, and those who dump investments may later regret their decision.  However, the bigger issue is many panic sellers fail to re-enter the market, according to research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Financial advisors cover what to do after an impulsive sale and how to decide when to re-enter the market. © Provided by CNBC Panic selling often happens during stock market dips, and those who dump investments may later regret their decision.  Load Error The bigger issue, however, is getting back into the market after a "freak out," according to research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology."Panic selling is predictable," said co-author Chi Heem Wong, researcher at MIT, and there are trends among those who dump assets during volatile periods. Men who are over age 45, married with children and say they have "excellent investment experience or knowledge" are more likely
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