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How Long Can This Bear Market Last?

How Long Can This Bear Market Last?

I read an article on Friday that argued that we still can’t know for sure that the bull market is over. Could you imagine?

At that point, stocks had already lost more than 30%.

So while making predictions can sometimes be tricky, one fact I am absolutely certain of is that we are firmly in bear market territory. Which leaves just one question: How long can this go on?

That’s what we tackle in today’s video…

5 Signs the Market Has Bottomed

In this installment of Your Money Matters, Clint Lee and I look back at previous bear markets for clues about how this one might develop and how long it could drag on.

We also discuss:

  • What the 2020 bear market has in common with 1942.
  • Why that could mean bad news for investors.
  • And finally, the five signs to look for that the market has reached a bottom.

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Ted Bauman

Ted Bauman

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