how to invest in markets
This year marked a raucous end to one of the greatest economic booms in the last 100 years.
It happened in June, when more than 1 million protesters took to the streets in one of their country's largest cities.
At the time, they raised ire about steep increases in crime, inflation, and political corruption. They stomped the pavement over ill-gotten decisions to spend taxpayer money on posh football stadiums for the World Cup instead of schools, hospitals, and much-needed infrastructure.You just have to look for one key trait...
How to Invest in a Market Correction
There are events unfolding right now that show you need to know how to invest in a market correction...
First, this bull market - the most unloved bull market in history, according to Money MorningChief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald - has continued for 54 months now. That's a full 11 months longer than the average bull market run since 1953.
Second, the forces keeping this bull market going are almost completely divorced from any economic reality.
Unemployment and underemployment - the sheer number of Americans who've flat out given up looking for work - remains appallingly high, at 14%. Economic growth, limping in at under 2% per year, is anemic.
Yet, the markets have surged for more than four and a half years... hitting as high as 15,628... shattering all records as they go.