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Published: Jan 14, 2022 5 min read

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Plenty of investors check trading apps daily and worry about the stock market's latest price moves. Unfortunately, few of them actually seek help dealing with the emotional rollercoaster.

Handling market volatility emotionally is among Americans' biggest financial advice gaps — meaning, they struggle with it but don't ask anyone for guidance — according to a new report from market research firm Hearts & Wallets.

"If consumers are feeling nervous about handling market volatility emotionally, they shouldn't feel alone," says Laura Varas, Hearts & Wallets founder and CEO. "They're actually in quite good company."