Okay investors, hold on to your hats. A big name has just come down with a stern and gloomy warning for the markets. JP Morgan is saying that stocks may have a giant bear market. How big? Try a 40% correction, according to the bank’s co-president. Daniel Pinto, the bank’s co-president who oversees trading and investment banking, says that markets are bound for a big correction because of fears over rising interest rates and inflation. The bank thinks the market will see a two- to three-year downturn where prices will fall up to 40%.
FINSUM: This is a big correction that JP Morgan is calling for. We do think the market might go through a rough patch, but we don’t know if it is going to reach these kind of Financial Crisis era proportions.