When The Stock Market Will Bottom IMO…

The stock market is insane! Down now under 20,000! The market has lost 10,000 points in about 1 month. With that being said many investors want to know in my opinion when the market will likely bottom. I spend very little of my time and attention on short term stuff, but I will say I believe the bottom in the stock market will be in 2020, and maybe even rather soon. Countless stocks may get hit even harder in the short term though, so continue to be ready to buy stocks as we get these silly prices thrown at us. I am very confident we will get out of this and we will start growing again in 2021.
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