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Are we already in a bear market?

Most simply looking at history suggests that we are already some way into the bear market. An analysis by First Trust of bear markets since 1942 finds that the average decline in a bear market is -32%, which would correspond to the SP500 falling to around 3,300 or about another -12% from current levels, and the bear market lasting about a year.

Should you cut retirement contributions during a bear market?

Bear markets tend to recover and increase to higher levels, offering higher returns for those who endured them. Bear market recoveries generally provide the most returns based on time in the market. You shouldn’t cut your contributions to your retirement accounts during a bear market. What Causes a Bear Market?

What happens to dividend returns after a bear market drop?

The better news is that future stock returns have historically been elevated after a bear market decline of at least 20% from the peak. Dividend yields, an essential part of the total return from stocks, should already provide higher income.

Is the S&P 500 in a bear market?

The SP 500 slipped into an official bear market on June 13, while the Nasdaq entered bear market territory in April 2022. 2 3 For investors who sold at the bottom of these markets, the lower stock prices had a detrimental effect. Those who stayed in long enough to experience a subsequent recovery were better off.

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