Today’s article discusses the first month of the New Year and the losses suffered by many unhappy investors. Many major stock indexes such as the Dow Jones suffered losses of 5.5% this month; the lowest experienced since the financial crisis in 2009. However, does the nosedive of January mean stocks could bode poorly for the rest of the year? Not necessarily. “What is happening is the market is repricing for a slower growth pattern.” The good news for investors out there is that these losses have made the stock market less expensive for the rest of us. To read more, CLICK HERE.