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After an 11-year bull market, we had an abrupt stock market crash - thanks to fears of what the coronavirus lockdown will do to the U.S. economy.
Suddenly we're using terms like "bear market" and "recession" - and given the uncertainty over what lies ahead we may be using them for quite a while.
We realize investors may be a little rusty on how these terms are defined and how they relate to each other.
It's clear the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis is creating challenges for most companies.
But for those companies that were struggling before the virus struck, life will be exponentially more difficult.
In particular, companies that were carrying a lot of debt and that were under scrutiny from the credit rating agencies will face a tougher road back to "normal" - if they can even get there.
Even while legislators discuss measures to relieve the economy in the coronavirus market crash, volatility runs high.
It's uncertain where the market is going day-to-day.
The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) is above 60.
It never went higher than 30 in 2019.
That's making it hard for investors to know what's coming next.
That's why we want to talk about how long the coronavirus market crash will last.
Here's what we know about that so far.
Just five minutes into trading this morning (Monday), the S&P 500 tanked 7%.
The sudden drop prompted a 15-minute trading halt.
With today's drop, we're very close to hitting a bear market in 2020.
A "bear market" is defined as a 20% drop from market highs. The bear market level for the S&P 500 is near 2,700 points.
At today's lows, the S&P 500 hit 2,752.
The most important thing to remember right now is not to panic.
Today, we'll show you how to protect your money from this unprecedented situation.
Investors want to believe the Fed can support the stock market, and pundits are working hard to convince everyone that the bear market is over.
Don't fall it. This rally is unsustainable, and the Fed's forging monetary policy with flawed data that's doomed to fail.
The markets may be up in the last month, but the threat of a stock market crash in 2016 is still very real.
Investors are bracing for a dismal Q1 2016 earnings season, which will weigh on stocks around the world.
The way this earnings season is shaping up, a resurgence of the January bear market is virtually inevitable.
Both analyst estimates and guidance from the companies have been moving lower for weeks. Almost every sector is expected to see earnings shrink this quarter.
These numbers are sounding a warning investors can't afford to ignore.
U.S. markets logged their fifth straight week of gains last week, pushing the Dow and S&P 500 into positive territory for the first time in 2016. But despite those gains, the fears of a stock market crash are still very real.
U.S. markets have logged four consecutive weeks of gains, but investors shouldn't get too comfortable. In fact, we've spotted three signs a stock market crash could be coming in 2016...
We're facing the prospect of a stock market crash as bad as the one we suffered through eight years ago - and it's the fault of governments the world over.
The 2008 financial crisis chopped about 56% from the Standard & Poor's 500 Index. And in an effort to stop the bleeding, governments simply laid the groundwork for a 2016 stock market crash.
During a four-day rally last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 490 points. And that was just the most recent surge in the index's 1,200-point recovery since its dismal start in early January.
While the signs of a rebound were encouraging, Money Morning experts say "bear market 2016" isn't close to being over.
"Despite some moderately positive economic news last week, the global economy remains depressed and the prospects for significantly higher stock prices are low," Money Morning Global Credit Strategist Michael Lewitt said.
Even though the markets have rebounded in the first week of March, we just received a major new stock market crash warning sign today (Monday).
The Bank for International Settlements warned today that there's a "gathering storm" in the global economy. According to the bank, the storm is the result of global governments exhausting their monetary policy options.
Fortunately, Money Morning experts have developed a plan for investors to protect their money during a stock market crash situation. But before we get to that, let's dig deeper into today's stock market crash warning...