7. Skittish Stocks
The S&P 500 has fallen almost 7 percent since the markets
’ six-plus week slide started at the end of April — and many are worried that the worst is not over. “The declines come as more on Wall Street are talking about a full-blown stock market correction
,” wrote The Wall Street Journal
. A correction is defined as a decline in the major indexes of at least 10 percent.