Today on the Finance Flash Go! podcast, we’re going to discuss stock market corrections.
A stock market correction is defined as a drop in the overall stock market of 10%.
They can last for days, weeks, or months and generally occur on average once a year.
You may ask, can you predict a stock market correction? In short, the answer is: no. They’re bound to happen and, as stated above, occur pretty regularly.
Stock market corrections are NOT a time to panic – in fact, quite the opposite. It can be an excellent time to buy, especially since they’re typically pretty short-lived.
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