i3 Founder Featured in US News & World Report Article

Suffering an investment loss happens to most investors at least once, and a major loss can result in trauma that can be hard to overcome if not managed properly. The key, experts say, is turning from the loss toward a plan of action and recovery rather than fear and inaction.
Kevin Heaton, Founder i3 in US News & World Report

Journalist Kayleigh Kulp has authored an article for US News & World Report on “3 Tips to Cope With a Big Investment Loss” featuring input from i3 Founder, Kevin Heaton. We look forward to your feedback, and please share!

Suffering an investment loss happens to most investors at least once, and a major loss can result in trauma that can be hard to overcome if not managed properly. The key, experts say, is turning from the loss toward a plan of action and recovery rather than fear and inaction. Read the entire article

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