Stock market corrections tend to be triggered by widespread fears

December 30th, 2013|by Michael Ashley Schulman, Perspectives, The Big Picture|

Stock market corrections tend to be triggered by widespread fears of an imminent recession. It’s hard to see a significant correction ahead if the big worry is that better-than-expected economic indicators might cause the FOMC to taper QE by $10 billion to $15 billion per month. Just because there are too many bulls and the […]