By SIMON CONSTABLE
Some people still aren't getting the message when it comes to saving for retirement.
They are avoiding the stock market like it's the plague. Sure, stocks can go down as well as up and that might make you nervous. But now is the time to get over the anxiety.
Data shows that on average people know that stocks are a better investment over long periods of time. But averages hide the behavior of some people that is detrimental to long-term investing. Read more here.