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Mark Cuban Says Its Best to Do Nothing in a Stock Market Crash

Motley Fool Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban has his own strategy to deal with a crashing stock market: Doing nothing. Is this good advice for non-professional investors? Let’s find out.

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