"So what's going to happen?"
That's the question on the minds of most investors following a major market move or economic event. Unfortunately, there's no answer ... just opinions and educated guesses.
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Historic Returns Following a Market Selloff
Monday’s 6.66 percent drop for the S&P 500 was the index’s biggest drop since December 1, 2008. In fact, not a single stock in the 500-stock index managed a gain by the end of the day.
Equities in Long-Term Bear Market: Analyst
Global stocks bounced back on Wednesday from their steep declines in recent days. But don't be fooled, says Viktor Shvets, Head of Research & Strategy at Samsung Securities Asia, who believes equities are in a long-term bear market."We are probably going to be in a bear market for 5-10 years," Shvets told CNBC on Wednesday.
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The Dow Could Fall to 9700 in the Long Term: Charts
Remember the people who told you in early 2008 that the market sell-off was “irrational” and driven only by “fear?.” “Don’t sell,” they said, “you are in for the long term so look for bargains.” These same people are back. They couldn’t read a chart then and they cannot read a chart now.
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