If you're the type that looses sleep over the volatile stock market, last week you definitely needed some sleep aids. Last Friday, stocks suffered their worst losses in four years at the end of a bruising week over concerns about China's economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished the day down 10.1% from its May record, crossing the 10% threshold that typically defined a correction. The so-called Blue-Chip stock average hadn't had a correction since 2011. On Friday, the Dow endured its fourth consecutive day od declines, losing 531 points, or 3.1% to finish at 16459.75. Is it time to diversify away from stocks, especially if you're at retirement age?

Today's question: Is the 6-year bull run over?  Yes - No