The Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to ascend to new heights. The higher the market climbs, the more noise you’ll hear about a stock market correction. At some point, those calling for a market correction will be right. Stock market corrections are typical and occur about every three to five years. A bear (down) market will last approximately 18 months while a bull (up) market will run for about eight years.
The Baylor Bears are enjoying an excellent football season. They currently rank 9th in the polls after trouncing The University of Texas. With a record of 10-1, they’re headed to the Big 12 Championship Game for the first time in school history for a rematch against Oklahoma. Hopefully, they’ll be able to avenge their gut-wrenching loss.