Alternatives for Anxious Investors as Stocks Drop
Robert R. Johnson
The Dow Jones industrial average's 666-point plunch on Feb. 2, and its 363-point drop on Jan. 30, were sharp reminders that stocks are risky after their extraordinary gains of recent years, and bonds, the chief alternative to stocks, are shaky too, as rising interest rates are sure to push down prices.
Though many experts say don't worry, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan says that stocks and bonds are both in bubbles.
Brown, Jeff, "Alternatives for Anxious Investors as Stocks Drop" (2018). In the News. 2634.