Will the stock market tumble back to its coronavirus lows in March? About 92 years of S&P 500 history says there’s a good chance

Will the stock market tumble back to its coronavirus lows in March? About 92 years of S&P 500 history says there’s a good chance

Mark DeCambre,MarketWatchMay 2, 2020

Will the stock market tumble back to its coronavirus lows in March? About 92 years of S&P 500 history says there’s a good chance

Will the U.S. stock market retest bear-market lows put in on March 23? That is perhaps the most prevalent question on Wall Street. And while there’s no way of knowing the answer for sure, if history is any guide, when the stock-market slips into a bear market, typically defined by a decline of at least 20% from a recent peak, it tends to return to return to that low more often than not, according to data from Bespoke Investment Group.Continue reading


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