U.S. Stock Market Bull and Bear Indicator

U.S. Stock Market Bull and Bear Indicator Using multiple financial data, this great model helps investors navigate through different market conditions. It suggests whether the U.S. stock market tendency is bullish, bearish or neutral. A bullish signal suggests that the U.S. stock market may go up, while a bearish signal suggests that the U.S. stock…

Cumulative Bull vs. Bear Markets

Cumulative Bull vs. Bear Markets Why do bear markets matter? Inflation-adjusted bull markets are almost completely wiped out by the subsequent bear market. Image: Real Investment Advice

Secular Bull and Bear Markets

Secular Bull and Bear Markets The secular bull market is still intact for the time being, as 2020 marked a 7-year “halftime” low, similar to 1987 and 1957. Image: BofA Global Research Click the Image to Enlarge

S&P 500 Index Bull Markets after the Trough

S&P 500 Index Bull Markets after the Trough After a historic rally of 89% for the S&P 500, the current bull market is still tracking the bull market of 2009. Image: LPL Financial LLC

S&P 500 – History of U.S. Bull and Bear Markets

S&P 500 – History of U.S. Bull and Bear Markets Historically, bear markets tend to be shorter than bull markets. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research Click the Image to Enlarge