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Stock Market Correction not Unexpected

The S&P 500 fell into correction territory at close yesterday, dropping a little more than 10 percent from its high on January 26. , two were drops of 20 percent or more in 2000 and 2008. Yesterday’s drop may seem dramatic because it’s been two years since the S&P fell into correction territory and 2017 was such an unusually good year for growth. But the week’s events are not unexpected: Experts have been warning about a bear market for a while now, as the current bull is the second-longest on record.

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