Stock market crashes and corrections


Posted by: Nicola Macdonald, on March 21, 2017.


Current media reports are full of news on new highs for stock markets and market commentaries are rife with suggestions that a crash must be around the corner based solely on this information.

History has shown us that world stock market index highs are not, on their own, a reliable predictor of future returns.

Is now the time to sell?

When should you buy back into stock markets?

This video provides some useful insights around crashes and corrections as well as how investor behaviour and biases can influence decisions, often for the worse.

If after watching this video you have a question that you’d like to pose, feel free to call us on  01825 76 33 66 or email your question via the contact form.



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