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

Gold’s Last Bull Market and Gold/S&P 500 Correlation

Gold’s Last Bull Market and Gold/S&P 500 Correlation During the GFC, the correlation between gold and the S&P 500 was positive. Deutsche Bank suggests that gold could move higher, as investor confidence remains subdued. Image: Deutsche Bank

S&P 500 and Bull Markets

S&P 500 and Bull Markets Goldman Sachs asks: “Has a new bull market started?” Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

S&P 500 and Secular Bull Market Behavior

S&P 500 and Secular Bull Market Behavior The S&P 500 below the 200-week moving average is not secular bull market behavior. Image: BofA Global Research