Today’s headlines routinely herald political and economic discourse and proclaim scary long-term market collapse. It is not to make impulsive financial decisions in reaction to such headlines. This is hard, we get it. For example, consider two vastly opposing headlines from a market downturn in 2019. First, The Wallstreet Journal Headline, dated January 1, 2019: Investors on Edge After Stocks’ Biggest Yearly Loss Since 2008. Second, The Wallstreet Journal Headline, dated February 1, 2019: Stocks’ Post Best January in 30 Years.What if you only read the first headline, and not the second – 30 days later? Read more