Investors Dodge A Bullet As Stocks Enter The Late-CycleGuest Post
Investors Dodge A Bullet As Stocks Enter The Late-Cycle by Stephen Aust, MarketCycle Wealth Management
The gigantic market collapses of 2000 and 2008 were depressionary bear markets. Whenever the overall stock market drops more than 50% it is technically considered a depression and not a normal recession. [NOTE: Since this month’s blog is long, the “print function” can be found near the bottom of this page. Important client information is found throughout.
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