Comparing Generational Stock Market Lows

The lesson to draw from comparing generational lows in stock markets is that this year's correction suggests there will be more gains in the future.

Every 30 years or so, markets make what can be described as a generational low. We can define this as a capitulatory bottom, one that might be caused by a variety of factors, but usually includes some combination of fear and panic.

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