July 30


The Market WILL Rebound

In the past week I’ve had a lot of people say to me, “Dave, I understand that if the stock market goes down, it will recover, in time.  But I don’t have time!  I’m in my 60’s now.  I don’t have time!”

Having an anxious personality myself, I know that feeling of dread.  So I am making it my mission to help take away some of your financial worries.  How?  By showing you that things may not be as bad as you think!

Take a look at this:

When Pearl Harbor was attacked in World War II, the market went down 7% in four days.  One year later, the market was up 15.8%

During the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 the markets went down 10% over a couple months.  One year later, the market was up 41%.

When Richard Nixon resigned, the market went down 13.4% in August of 1974.  One year later it was up 30.2%.

In 1987 we saw a stock market crash in October, where the S & P 500 dropped 31%.  One year later it was up 27%.

After the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003, the market was down 2%.  One year later it was up 35%.

When the housing bubble burst in September of 2008, the market dropped 39% over the next two months. One year later it was up 49%.

What’s my point?

It doesn’t take nearly as long for markets to rebound as you may think.  If you are in your sixties, there is a good chance you will live another 20-30 years.  You DO have time.


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