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Silver Linings Of A Stock Market Correction

With the S&P 500 down over 10% from its high in 2018, we’ve officially entered correction territory. If the S&P 500 closes down over 20% from its high, then we will be officially in a bear market. Whenever the stock market goes through a rapid retrenchment after long periods of stable growth, it always feels Read More... The post Silver Linings Of A Stock Market Correction appeared first on Financial Samurai.
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