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What to buy after a crash: Lessons from the past


Corrections happen. A cursory look at the chart shows, from 1990 to 2020, the NIFTY has seen 10 corrections of over 20%. That is one every three years. Except, they are not equally spaced (if only markets corrected on preset schedules). In a previous post, Why March 2020 feels so bad and should you buy yet, we wrote about how corrections have become rarer since 2009 and the on-going correction of 2020, while nowhere near the worst yet . . .

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