The stock market has shown extraordinary momentum since the presidential election, and investors who placed bets on that irresistible force known as momentum-- have garnered big gains. What could derail that momentum and should retired investors be relying on momentum, or should they be looking at value? Today we'll look at a key gauge of the stock market--the Cyclically Adjusted Price to Earnings Ratio, which is now higher than it was in 1929 and just below the all time high. Find out why analysts say a 36% correction would be normal and natural because of the Law of Reversion To The Mean. Steve will review a strategy to protect against a market decline while growing your capital. You don't want to miss today's show--Mastering Money is on the air!