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The best thing investors can do is commit to a long-term strategy designed to weather all market conditions.
Retail investor inflows to bond mutual funds in January are on pace to hit a level not seen since 2009.
The temptation to use low-interest money from mortgages, credit lines and 401(k) plans to invest in stocks is great.