Do you know the signs of a market bubble and impending crash?

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Investing in the stock market is a risky venture, especially over the last year with the market’s volatility seemingly out of control. 

While day-to-day movements are rarely huge, there are still times of dramatic corrections or even crashes happening. 

On average, a 10% correction will hit the market averages about once per year, while a 20% or greater “crash” occurs about every three years. 

While these setbacks can be intimidating, as long as you know and understand the warning signs and proceed with caution, there’s nothing to fear. 

Take a look at some of the most common signs of a stock market bubble that could potentially lead to a crash.

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