U.S. households now own roughly 52% of the stock market. Households hold about $38 trillion in equity assets through stocks, retail mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. $5.9 trillion of which was added over the last two years, according to BofA Global.

Investors still favor cash, credit, and equities, in that order. But households, the “decision-maker,” decides to make a move and sell. And a look at three major market plunges since 2000 shows that equities only bottomed a few quarters after significant selling.
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