Why You Shouldn’t Sell During a Stock Market Correction
The stock market experienced what analysts referred to as a “correction,” where a stock, bond, commodity or market index decline greater than 10% from its recent peak yet less than 20%. A lot of individual investors panic and sell when the market plummets, fearing it will never come back. Stock market corrections occur quite common, even in good years. Here’s why you shouldn’t sell during a stock market correction. See also How The Stock Exchange Works.