Bear markets, defined as a period where the stock market goes down 20% or more from its highest point to its subsequent lowest point--happen frequently—probably more frequently than you think. From 1900 – until the present, there have been 32 bear markets. Statistically, they occur about 1 out of every 3.5 years and last an average of 367 days according to Dow statistics. Bull markets tend to last much longer. Experienced investors know that the real money is made in bear markets--especially for those who don't panic and sell, and for those who keep reinvesting dividends. They end up owning more shares purchased at lower prices. Today, we'll provide some facts and details on how to profit when markets fall. Then estate planning attorney Richard Dwornik joins us in studio for the Q & A.You don't want to miss today's show--MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!