U.S. stocks ended a defensive week in the red as investor sentiment deteriorated in the face of fresh worries out of China.  For the week, the S&P 500 fell 5.77%, the Dow lost 5.82%, and the NASDAQ slid 6.78%.

When markets take a dive, it’s natural to worry about what’s happening and where markets will go next.  However, part of being a stock investor is taking market swings in stride.  Now is the time to stay cool-headed and focused on your long-term goals.  On that note, here are 4 things that you definitely should not do after last week’s market pullback:

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