Investors should calmly wait until the shares have not resumed their growth after the correction that took place for the first time since 2011 - offers D.Zang, an expert from MarketWatch - Materials AMarkets.
The expert thus suggests that the front of the stock can meet even greater drawdown. However, the decline will not be too strong. Last month, the S & P 500 fell 10.8% from the highs of the year. Investment fears even more exacerbated in the devaluation of the Chinese yuan - have followed global stock sell-off.
Historical records show Zhang argues that stocks will recover from the current local minima in the foreseeable future. 17 market drawdowns in 2009 lasted an average of about 26 days to complete the restoration. Zhang urges investors to remain calm and refrain from making sales portfolio.
At the same time, hedge fund managers are mostly amenable to panic, thereby set the corresponding general market trend - actively withdraw cash from emerging markets like China and invest in bonds - according to the Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
In September, the percentage of investors who invest primarily in shares decreased to 17% from 41% in August. This is a 3-year low.