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

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

S&P 500 – Bull vs. Bear Signal Using Search Topics

S&P 500 – Bull vs. Bear Signal Using Search Topics The spread between bullish and bearish search topics is very high. Bullish: call options, bull spreads, long, swing trading, leaps,… Bearish: put options, short, volatility, recession,… Image: Arbor Research & Trading LLC

MSCI World Recoveries out of Bear Markets since 1970

MSCI World Recoveries out of Bear Markets since 1970 After the shortest, and one of the sharpest bear markets in history, the MSCI World recovery is comparable to post-Global Financial Crisis. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research