Goldilocks Market

Goldilocks Market

A market that is performing well enough to avoid losses and even provide a solid return for investors, but not so well that it creates a bubble. The term references the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears: the economy is neither too hot nor too cold, it is "just right."
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"Right now we have what I call the Goldilocks market: Buyers can go out, look around and make a choice on a home rather than have to rush in a bid and maybe bid it up."
Will the Goldilocks market end with a bang or a whimper, and when will that be?