A 401(k) isn’t the only option for retirement, but it’s definitely one of the most attractive. In many cases, it offers free money and is relatively easy to roll over when you change jobs. A financial professional can help you prepare for retirement with a 401(k) that fits your current investment style and stage in life and adapts to changes in career or investment styles.
Looking back at the history of stock markets, a correction should be no surprise. If you stay in the market long enough, you will most likely see more. For long-term investors, these corrections can be an opportunity to make additional investments at reduced prices.