Sometimes the market feels like Opposite Day.
Stocks rose Tuesday morning after the worst inflation numbers in 40 years. (Of course, they turned lower soon after.) Then, traders had enough and sent stocks surging higher again on Wednesday.
When things get choppy and stocks head lower, two dreaded words enter the conversation: bear market.
Instead of embracing fear and entering sell-off mode, Research Analyst Matt Clark and I look back at some recent bear (or near-bear) markets to see what we might expect if things head south this time around.
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