My advice in these situations is that if your gut has told you to take some money off the table, then you probably need to do that. Whether that decision is based on the amount that you have saved and you can't afford to lose any because of your needs, or if it's merely a fact of your age, need for income or you just are done with the volatility and want some more security. Just like when you were young and your mother said "we can either tear this band aid off slowly which is more painful, or just be done with it".... I know in my case, the second part of that question was half out of her mouth and it was removed in one quick motion. The other aspect of this decision process that I would suggest is that most investors that I speak with act as though this has to be an all or nothing proposition and it doesn't have to be that way. There is nothing wrong with taking some money off the table and leaving what you are comfortable having exposed.
I truly hope that this video and guidance is helpful in your decision making process and know that I am always here to help you make great decisions with your money.