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Will the Market Keep Dropping?

If you’re like many investors, you’re starting to worry. After all, the stock market has declined for the third month in a row, with the S&P 500 getting close to correction territory (i.e., down 10 percent from the peak). Plus, important trend lines (e.g., 200-day moving average) have been broken. Understandably, everyone wants to know if the market will keep dropping. The bad news is that the decline could continue for a while. In fact, it may get significantly deeper. But if we look at the context in which this decline is taking place? Then the news looks a bit more encouraging. Could things rebound? The real worry that investors have is that current volatility is a prelude to another 2000

2019 Economic and Market Outlook: Not a Bad Place to Be

As we approach year-end, we find ourselves in unfamiliar territory. Over the past several years, despite mounting worries about politics and other issues over the past several years, the economy—and the stock market—have kept growing. In the first half of 2018, the markets were moving higher, albeit with a few breakdowns, and economic growth was accelerating. People were increasingly confident, believing the worst was behind us. It seemed we had finally found a safe place after the heartaches and losses of the financial crisis. Now, that story seems to be changing. Growth has slowed, and leading sectors—housing, in particular—appear to be rolling over. Spending growth has slowed as well, eve

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