It was a busy month.  While juggling between working from home with a full-time job, taking care of kids, and an ongoing renovation, I had little time to spare for my blog.  I even stopped reading the news and forgot to follow the market recently. It was fortunate that I didn’t see my tech-heavy portfolio plunge in early September. Well, I was aware, but I was too busy to care. As a long term buy-and-hold investor, I shouldn’t care about market volatility anyway. My aim is long term capital appreciation, so it doesn’t matter if the shares plunge as long as the companies survive and grow. At times like these, it might be a good idea to stick with a roboadvisor, at least for the average retail investor.  The active investors will not waste a crisis like COVID – it is their moment to shine. #1 Roboadvisors Offer “Advisors” For those of