"I don't know what to do!"
Even experienced investors can panic when there is a correction. Read this short article to determine if you should panic or not.
What is a Correction?
A correction is a stock market term that refers to an usually negative price change of 10% or more from the recent highs.
How Long Is A Correction?
Corrections seem to last too long especially when you own stocks that are falling in value.
Generally speaking, it is a temporary or short-term price decline.
A stock market correction is usually shorter than a bear market or a recession.
Can A Correction Lead To A Bear Market?
The short answer is yes.
A correction could also be simply profit taking or a dip.
Simply put, correction stocks could go lower or could be a buying opportunity.
Stocks In Correction
Hopefully, there are no stocks in the table below.
If there are any stocks below, then these stocks have dropped more than 10% from their highs.
Are there any buying opportunities below?