There’s been plenty of conversation about a stock market correction in the financial media as of late, and rightfully so–it’s been awhile since we’ve had a correction, North Korea’s shenanigans, hurricanes, wild fires and D.C. are all good reasons for a market correction. In today’s episode, Leo and I talk about what a market correction is, how often they occur, how long they last and how investors should view them. Although this is the longest Whiteboard video to date, it’s not meant to cover every aspect of market correction–just enough to give you the confidence to handle them properly.
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