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How to avoid recession panic

The right strategies and advice can be the perfect antidote to recession panic.

In this month’s Visual Insights Newsletter, we’ll share some helpful strategies for avoiding panic so you can weather any recession. Click here to see it!


We can’t predict recessions. They don’t occur at regular intervals. But we do know that, in any 4-year period, there’s about a 65% chance that a recession will happen.1

With 15 recessions over the past century or so, that’s an average of one recession every 6 to 7 years.2

And these recessions have been caused by anything from bad economic growth to inflation and industry collapses. So, we never can tell exactly what will cause the next one.

But don’t panic. Recessions are a natural part of the economic cycle.

And with a level head, helpful resources, and the right plan, you can survive and potentially thrive in any recession.

Go ahead and click here to find out the steps you can take to get through a recession.



1https://equitablegrowth.org/recessions-happen-but-how-often/

2https://www.thebalance.com/the-history-of-recessions-in-the-united-states-3306011

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