What to think about when saving for near-term goals amid choppy markets, rising interest rates

Econ & Housing

JGI/Jamie GrillAs inflation soars and markets slide, many investors are wondering what’s coming next.Traditional advice dictates that long-term investors — those who are focused on retirement dates further down the road — should stay the course in the markets.But those with shorter time horizons of three- to five-years for a closer goal, like saving for…

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