The Dow Jones Industrial Average set an all-time high of 13,692 on June 1 and it has been downhill ever since. By midday Wednesday, this major market average chopped off as many as 255 points from its record high.This doesn't signal the end of the bull market. Not by a long shot. Every bull market has dips, pullbacks and corrections. But the Dow is off just 2% from its high and may fall as much as 5% to test the 13,000 level before this downdraft ends. So right now, there are a load of technically bearish ETFs out there.
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