Hi everyone, In March, at the advice of my bank, I invested my savings account into a Blackrock portfolio excited to see what might come of it. Previously, I had just thrown my money into CDs and watched the money slowly trickle in. So this was definitely something new. I could choose the risk level, and I chose nearly the lowest risk, labeled the 10/90 plan, which I was told meant that 90% of the money was invested in bonds and non-stocks. Average appreciation was 4% and in 2019 it actually hit 9%. I started on March 3 of this year, which of course, was a horrible week. I lost nearly $1,000 in two days! I battled back, and as of May 6, was about $900 in the green...but with the last two days, I'm a whole 100 dollars in the green and I am wondering how much longer I'll be in the green. I'm wondering if it's really worth it. Is this to be expected with any investment account right now? I expected it to be much more stable I guess...given it was a much lower risk...but it can vary as much as $500 in one day on the most extreme of days. I'd like to think I should keep the account going, even taking a temporary loss, like I did in March... but I am still unsure this was the best option and we seem to be on uncharted ground (or maybe we're not!). Are people pulling their investment accounts? Do I just have a crappy investment account? What's going on here!