S&P 500 Bull Market

S&P 500 Bull Market This is the longest equities bull market without a 20% drawdown. Image: Goldman Sachs

First, Middle, Final Years of S&P 500 Bull Markets since 1975

First, Middle, Final Years of S&P 500 Bull Markets since 1975 The chart shows that the S&P 500 has generated a 26.9% return on average, in the final years of bull markets since 1975, excluding the current bull market. You may also like “Equity Market Performance Around Bear Markets.” Image: Legg Mason

S&P 500 – The Secular Bull Market Roadmap

S&P 500 – The Secular Bull Market Roadmap Since the Great Recession, US stocks have behaved like a secular bull market. This chart shows the S&P 500 projection based on average secular bull. Image: Fidelity Investments

S&P 500 Return – Longest Bull Markets Ever

S&P 500 Return – Longest Bull Markets Ever Chart showing the longest equity bull markets ever. October 9, 2019 was the bottom in 2002 and peak in 2007. Image: Ryan Detrick, LPL Financial LLC

S&P 500 Bull and Bear Markets

S&P 500 Bull and Bear Markets In recent history, past bear markets have been shorter than bull markets. Image: Charles Schwab

S&P 500 – Secular Bull Market Analogs

S&P 500 – Secular Bull Market Analogs The bull market that began in 2009 could have similarities with the secular bull markets of 1982-2000 and 1949-1968. Since the Great Recession, US stocks have behaved like a secular bull market. Image: Fidelity Investments

Percentage Change in S&P 500 in Previous Bull Markets

Percentage Change in S&P 500 in Previous Bull Markets The current bull market is nearly 3,750 days old, twice as long as the average bull market. This is also the longest bull market in the last 90 years. Image: The Wall Street Journal

S&P 500 Index vs. MSCI EAFE Index

S&P 500 Index vs. MSCI EAFE Index Largely due to structural headwinds, international stocks have underperformed U.S. stocks significantly in this bull market, over the last ten years. It could continue next year as well. Image: LPL Financial LLC