Last week was not good. In case you missed it, stocks really took a turn for the worse and put us in an official corrections. However, before you panic, you may want to read today’s article, which explains why being in a correction may not be all that bad. Here’s what they had to say, “It’s important to remember that not all corrections morph into bear markets. * In the summer of 2011: The S&P 500 sank nearly 19%. Yet stocks regrouped and wound up doubling in value ever since—and that’s after counting the recent market losses.” To read more, CLICK HERE.