Wed, 23 January 2019
The market has already bounced back from its miserable December showing, but that doesn’t mean the market can’t get worse. It’s time to review what a normal recession looks like and what to do during one.
Every 5-7 years we typically see a 20% correction, but it had been much longer that that since our last significant correction. The miserable December left many of us feeling horrible even though the S&P 500 ended the year down by only 4.4%. Since then, anybody who sold around Christmas is now kicking themselves as the fast moving market has already bounced back. What should you do if these recessionary trends continue? Other topics include:
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