The DJIA and Stock Market Tips

Anything can happen in the short-term stock market. Expect both increases and decreases.

The market correction is a reversal of the trend of price movement in place for safety. The market fall is generally defined as a decline of 20% in a single day or several days. October 19, 1987, known as "Black Monday" -a DJIA fell by 22.6% in a single session. On 10/10/08, the DJIA closed at 8451.19 around a cumulative loss of 22% over 7 trading days. M
arket failures do not necessarily lead to support markets. On 10/13/2008, the Dow Jones closed at 9387.61 - rose 936.42 point equated to a gain in one day 11%. On 10/16/2008, the DJIA closed at 8979.26. "Substantive test" is a term that means that the market fluctuates and down to a low point is reached.

A bear market is a period of decline in several general market indexes such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and Index (S & P 500) Standard & Poor's 500 over several months, at least two months.

Phase-most people see that things are getting worse.
The third stage is where consumer confidence is lowest.

In good markets and bad markets, diversified and balanced portfolios invested in the long term is the key to financial success.

During a long period of time, the upward trend DJIA.

The chances of the Standard & Poor (S & P Index) increase over a period of 1 year is only 7 to 3. market shares decline over a period of 5 years. Money is not needed in 5 years can be considered as investments in the stock market.

Anything can happen in the short term; However, over time the market has always rewarded long-term investors.

Is a long-term investor!

"For everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven ... time to break down, and a time to build ..." - Ecclesiastes 3: 1-3 (KJV).

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