Wes dives into the history of stock market recoveries and the DNA behind them during this episode.
Wes explains bear markets and recovering markets along with how each is perceived by investors. He also talks about how long it takes markets to recover, reveals the average recovery time for all bear markets, and what percentages of recoveries happen. To wrap up the episode, Wes reveals how it takes 30 days for 30% of market recovery, what to do to avoid missing out on recoveries, and a helpful strategy surrounding dividend investing.
Listen to hear more of this original research that the Retire Sooner team was able to find using Bloomberg and historical data.
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