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

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

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 suggests the S&P 500 projection based on average secular bull. Image: Fidelity Investments

Volatility and Equity Bull Markets

Volatility and Equity Bull Markets Since 1928, when equities are still rising, volatility tends to increase in the last stage of bull markets. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research

S&P 500 and Average Bull Markets

S&P 500 and Average Bull Markets Chart showing the current S&P 500 rally compared to average bull markets since 1950. Image: The Leuthold Group