Bear Market

5 Things to Do In Response to Last Week’s Market Drop

5 Things to Do In Response to Last Week’s Market Drop

The end of last week saw a stock market drop which has many spooked. Words like ‘market crash’, ‘historic drop’, and ‘recession’ abound and many are selling their investments in fear of a massive downturn. Here are the 4 things you can do to keep the market downturn from ruining your financial plan.

New Poll Bearish on Stocks – Actually Bull$#!+

New Poll Bearish on Stocks – Actually Bull$#!+

A new Wells Fargo/Gallup poll is being used by some media outlets to suggest a stock market correction is coming. While no one knows when a bear market will start, one thing is for certain. It won't be a Wells Fargo poll which predicts it.

These 4 Charts Will Tell You Everything About the Stock Market's Recent Decline

These 4 Charts Will Tell You Everything About the Stock Market's Recent Decline

The stock market is compared to a roller coaster for a reason. If you're concerned the recent drop in value is a sign you should get out, these four charts will help you put things in perspective. If stocks are the appropriate investment for you, don't let a drop in the market scare you into pulling out.

The Largest Risk to Your Investment Portfolio Isn't a Market Crash

The Largest Risk to Your Investment Portfolio Isn't a Market Crash

Despite the fears of a bear market, don't focus on avoiding losses in your stock portfolio if you haven't reviewed your insurance recently. The biggest risk to your investment portfolio and your wealth isn’t a stock market crash, it’s a lawsuit.