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In early February, investors caught a brief glimpse of a 2018 stock market correction when the S&P 500 500 briefly dove more than 10% between Feb. 2 and Feb. 8.
That has investors wondering if another stock market correction is coming in 2018.
Global stock markets have tanked this year, leaving many investors worrying about a potential stock market crash in 2016. And Money Morning Global Credit Strategist Michael Lewitt has just told readers about the biggest factor that could lead to a 2016 stock market crash.
It's true that global markets rallied last week, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has climbed 3.8% since Tuesday, Feb 16.
But our stock market predictions show more losses ahead. In fact, Money Morning Global Credit Strategist Michael E. Lewitt says investors should not be fooled by the strong performance of stocks last week.
With the S&P 500 up 5.3% over the last week, many investors are hopeful that the markets have finally turned around in 2015.
But even though the markets are up this week, there are some major bear market warning signs that cannot be ignored...
Analysts around the world are finally confirming what we've been saying at Money Morning all year: We are in a bear market in 2016.
The MSCI All-Country World Index, which tracks the performance of large- and mid-cap stocks across 23 developed and 23 emerging countries, declined 1.3% yesterday. That pushed the index's decline since its May peak to 20%.
Global stock markets tanked today (Thursday), prompting new fears of a stock market crash in 2016.
And Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani just released a new prediction for the Dow Jones following this week's market events.
We know that the Dow Jones Industrial Average is off more than 10% since July 1 in a correction that has investors all over the world rattled.
But here's the thing... I've been able to predict every step of the sell-off, whenever stocks were set to make the next move down. Right before each drop, I told investors what they could do to protect themselves and even make some nice, easy money during the sell-off.
A stock market crash in 2016 wouldn't be unexpected right now. That's a frightening thought.
Stocks had a rough start to the New Year, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeting nearly 8% in the first 10 trading days of January.
Investors are capitulating over concerns about China's slowing economy and its collapsing stock market. Tepid global growth and the Fed's decision to raise interest rates in December isn't improving investor sentiment either.
Global markets have been extremely volatile in 2016, leaving many investors wondering how to invest in stocks right now.
That's why we turned to Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald for the answer. He's a seasoned market analyst with more than 30 years of global experience in the markets.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has fallen 12.4% from its May highs, and Money Morning experts anticipate more volatility ahead in 2016.
That’s why they’ve compiled their complete bear market investing guide for 2016…
It's easy to forget, but we were just in the longest bull market since WW2. Since hitting a low of 6,626 in 2009, the Dow has climbed 177% to May's high of 18,351.36. A market cool down is normal and expected.
With the Dow Jones Industrial Average down nearly 9% since the start of the year, many investors expect bear market 2016 to drag stocks down further.
2016 Stock Market Crash: Global markets have tanked so far this year, and the S&P 500 has already fallen 10.4% from its May 2015 high.
Investors are now wondering how far the S&P 500 could drop during a 2016 stock market crash, so we turned to Money Morning Global Credit Strategist Michael Lewitt for his prediction. After reviewing market data, he has revised his original S&P 500 prediction for Money Morning readers.
The FB stock price is down 8.52% in 2016, and the bearish market has not been kind to investors.
Facebook announces earnings for Q4 2015 on Jan. 26, which will create even more uncertainty for shareholders if the company doesn't meet expectations.
Global stocks tanked again Wednesday, causing panic on Wall Street about a bear market in 2016.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 550 points intraday Wednesday, and the index is now down nearly 14% from its May highs.