The stock market has been volatile lately, but nothing like today when the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged almost 1,000 points before rebounding to lose nearly 350 points.
Investors are increasingly worried about Europe’s efforts to prop up Greece’s finances, and whether its debt problems will spread to other nations, such as Spain and Portugal.
Some investors also have growing concerns about the rising U.S. debt load.
What do you think the right strategy is, given the double whammy of volatility and uncertainty:
Stay the course? Why?
Ditch stocks now? Put money where?
Look for stock-buying opportunities? If so, where?