The shorter your timeframe, the greater the market volatility investors will face. Daily, prices can gyrate wildly with 24-hour financial news chatter you should ignore.
The S&P 500 composite index is the most widely accepted benchmark of the stock market returns of experienced investors, analysts, and portfolio managers
Long-term investors understand that the market is subject to dramatic swings in the market. Since 1871, the stock market has spent 40% of all years rising or falling more than 20%. Thus booms and busts are normal.