Leading Economists, Fund Managers Preparing for the Upcoming Market Correction
Uncertainty in the global market is translating into losses for many investors who are taking on unnecessary risks. UltraTrust.com explain what to look for and how to avoid unnecessary risks.
Market correction of 30-50% in next 10 years – to occur at least once or maybe twice, reports Jack Bogle of Vanguard Group
Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 14, 2014
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According to ABC News, experts and are predicting a great deal of volatility as the International Monetary Fund trimmed its outlook for global growth this year and next (1). The freefalling securities of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) in mid-September were countered by a brief recovery followed by a few days of fluctuations, only to be capped by a sharp drop on the last day of the month. The closely followed index then rebounded strongly in just one trading session and then plunged into a new period of fluctuation. Although the DJIA had experienced an even sharper drop in late July and early August, many economists and market analysts believe that the ongoing market correction could easily mature into a sluggish bear market (2).