Most Americans are afraid to invest in a stock market downturn. Here’s why that’s wrong.

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Most Americans are afraid to invest in a stock market downturn. Some worry they’ll lose their money while others say they lack confidence in how to invest, financial experts say.But that reluctance to embrace investing when markets drop may cost Americans when it comes to their future retirement savings, and possibly prevent them from building a bigger nest egg, those experts caution.About 74% of Americans, for instance, say they wouldn't stay invested if the stock market suffered a moderate or big decline, according to a recent study of 3,000 U.S. adults conducted by Vise, a technology-powered investment management platform built for advisers.After a historic crash in March 2020, stocks rose to records and have continued an upward trajectory following unprecedented aid from the Federal Reserve and Washington to shore up the economy amid the worst global pandemic in a century.►Your 401(k) and the stock market: It's getting bumpy, but experts say don't fret►Too young to i
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