What was the longest bear market in stock market history?

Answer The longest bear market was from September 1929 to July 1932, according to BBC News. Not only was it the longest bear market, but the markets also did not recover from that slump for 22 months. The... Read More »

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Why is the stock market called a Bull or Bear market?

I don't think we are out of the "woods" yet. But CIM is low priced, has a very low P/E of about 5 (vs. industry average of 13) and pay a super high dividend of 15% of current price. Only the negati... Read More »

What is the bear market in the stock market?

Investors purchase stocks as a means to build long-term wealth. Bear markets, however, deter savers from putting money to work within the stock market. Recognize the distinct characteristics of bea... Read More »

What was the biggest stock market crash in U.S. history?

The largest one-day crash in United States stock market history was Oct. 19, 1987. The market lost 508.32 points, 22.6 percent or around $500 billion on that day.References:Investopedia: Market Cra... Read More »

What was the largest drop in stock market history?

The largest drop in the history of the stock market occurred on September 29, 2008. The market dropped 778 points, passing the previous record day of September 17, 2001 by almost 94 points. The dro... Read More »