Article Category: Earnings

The Bull Market Turns 10

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Over the weekend, our long-in-the-tooth bull market supposedly turned 10 years old. The reason I say supposedly, is because at least according to Dow Theory, we’re technically in a bear market. In addition, should the S&P 500 fail to reach new highs and instead fall below its December 24th low, the bull run could conceivably have ended back on September 20th.


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Restating the Case for a Rangebound Market

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Most investors, including myself, generally sit squarely within one of two camps: bullish or bearish. My research and observations over the years have left me with a rather simple premise on which to base this judgement. When the economy is expanding, remain firmly bullish, and when growth begins to slow and recession clouds gather, get bearish.


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Posted in: Dollar Earnings Economy Federal Reserve Interest Rates Market Breadth Yield Curve

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