Amid the recent global tumult and rocky start for equities, investors are asking, “Is this a stock market correction?”
is this a stock market correction
- Is This a Stock Market Correction?
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This is the second-longest stretch without a stock market correction for the S&P 500 since 1945, according to RBC Wealth Management.
It's been more than 1,350 days since we've seen a correction in the S&P 500. A stock market correction is defined as a 10% dip from the index's high.
We just received one of the biggest stock market crash indicators we've seen since the 2008 financial crisis.
A Bank of America Merrill Lynch note today shows the bank's clients sold more than $4.1 billion in U.S. stocks last week. That's the largest amount in any week since January 2008, according to analyst Jill Carey Hall.