We are not always as rational as we think we are when it comes to money and investing. Many investors automatically conjure up images of a crash or a bear market when they hear the term "market correction”. The one stock market mantra everyone loves is: Buy low and sell high! Yet, few follow this. Why does this happen? Because often it is too easy to fall victim to our own emotions.

“There is Nothing Certain, But the Uncertain.” 

We are now used to surprises and uncertainties. In the context of the ongoing war, we believe everyone is deeply pained by the tragedy unfolding before us and the loss of human lives. We will try and keep emotions aside as we speak of the subject today.

"Unless you can watch your stock holding decline by 50% without becoming panic-stricken, you should not be in the stock market." - Warren Buffet.

These words spoken by the investing legend has proved to be true in the present market conditions. The past two decades have seen a few such times of

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