Introduction to Personal Investing

The Basics

Are corrections good for some investors?

Some investors look at corrections as buying opportunities, as often overvalued stock prices are reset to a lower level, representing their true value, and giving investors an opportunity to buy at a lower price. These same investors will typically have ready access to liquid assets, such as cash, in order to take advantage of the perceived bargain during a correction.


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