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Can your retirement portfolio survive a stock market crash? Here's how to tell Although the market continues to rally, a possible setback remains likely and retirement investors should be ready for this scenario, according to this article on Money. To prepare their portfolio for a market downturn, clients are advised to review their asset allocation of stocks and bonds and determine the potential damage that their portfolio would sustain from a market crash. They should also consider adjusting their asset allocation if the potential losses would be considerable based on their estimates.
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