A U.S. stock market sell-off in August saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunge 10.36% (1,810 points) in 10 days. On Aug. 24 alone, the DJIA fell a whopping 1,000 points before recovering.
The truth is, U.S. markets face even more headwinds the rest of 2015. A Federal Reserve rate hike, a continual slowdown of China's economic growth, and huge, unchecked debts festering in Europe are just a few...
A stock market sell-off -- defined as a 10% drop from an index's high -- usually causes many investors to hit the panic button. But taking all your money out of the market is the wrong move.
The following video shows you the signals to watch for that indicate a stock market sell-off is on the way. Hear Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani deliver his strategy for how to both protect -- and cash in -- on a stock market sell-off in 2015:
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