Most market forecasters predict “increased volatility, but positive returns” for stocks in 2018. However, the truth is that no one knows when the next major market selloff will occur, how long it will last or how steep it will be.
If the last few weeks have reminded us of anything, it’s that markets can change suddenly and go down quickly.
During the crash of 2007/2008, markets saw gut wrenching declines of more than 50%. Since then the S&P, Dow Jones Industrial Average and other major markets have rallied into one of the longest running bull markets of all time. But this too shall end.
If the next major market decline were to happen tomorrow, how much money could you lose in the next market crash?
To find out, read on…