The stock market was corrected at over 10 percent then closed back at 5 percent. This change was last seen during the Great Depression.
Last Jan. 26, the Dow Jones market closed at 0 followed by a -10 percent on Feb. 8. Investors remain on edge as inflation spikes become...
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The stock market has never had a flawless run as there have been oddities along the way.
Dow Jones announces a prospective increase in gold but states that it is not significant enough to garner attention in the market.
The value of the US dollar is currently inflated but might crash down during the mid-term elections.
All-time highs for Dow Jones, which have become a trend in 2017, is not likely to continue in the future.
The Dow Jones' daily closings for the previous year have been at new all-time highs.
If the Dow Jones reaches the -5% BEV line, there's a big chance that it will continue to drop further.
Those keeping an eye on the stock market will not like the outcome after the Dow Jones spots a 5% correction.