During a stock-market selloff, how would you invest $100,000?

After a wild Wednesday on Wall Street, investors are nervous.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -2.13% plunged 831 points Wednesday in the worst day since the market correction last February, and fell nearly 546 points on Thursday. Many working Americans are understandably concerned about what this means for their 401(k) accounts, but for those who have saved money as the economy has grown over the last nine years and are keen to invest their cash, it’s a particularly troubling time.

What should you do with money sitting in your bank account? Take a theoretical $100,000. How should you invest it now? “Review your portfolio to see if there are any of your assets that you should now buy more of at lower prices,” said Tim Courtney, chief investment officer of Exencial Wealth Advisors in Oklahoma City.

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