Last week I said that if and when the Federal Reserve begins to sell off its bond holdings, the impact on the stock market would be sharp and severe.
Predictably, a few people opined that it was more evidence of my “bearishness.” But the truth is very different.
Yes, stock markets periodically undergo major corrections. No, you can’t typically time those. But if you pay attention to the politics of the Fed, you can prepare for this one.
Most important of all, even if there is a Fed-induced crash, the market will bounce back. In this week’s video, I show you the historical evidence that proves exactly that!
It’s Not the End of the World
I believe that we are still in a long-term, secular bull market.
Historically, bull markets tend to last longer than bear markets — the only exception being the Great Depression to the end of World War II. Still, what goes down, must come back up … and we’ve seen this happen many times before.
It’s important to remember that you may get big pullbacks in secular bull markets, but it’s not the end of the world. I explain why this is and more…
Watch now to discover:
- What needs to happen for a secular bear market to occur, even if it’s unlikely.
- My plan if a crash occurs and how I would go about securing my investments.
- One sector I know for sure will make big money in the next 10 years. Especially after a major pullback, I’d still invest in it.
- And more.
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