I knew cycles existed, but I never gave it too much thought that they could really be predicted — until this calendar proved that it’s possible.
Many traders say that unless the Dow Jones Industrial Average falls by 20%, we aren’t in a bear market. That’s a little too simple.
This chart shows that the individual stocks are following the trends of the major market indexes. This tells us that more new highs lie ahead.
We could be enjoying a bull market that might last until 2028, and over the next 11 years, the Dow could reach 60,000. It won’t go straight up, though.
Over the last year, I’ve recommended 11 ETFs to you in my articles. All 11 of those stocks are up … and some of them are up big. I mean really big.
On Tuesday, the Dow snapped its longest losing streak since 2011. It’s important to dive into the data and see what the losing streak really means.
Last week marked the eighth anniversary of one of our country’s longest bull markets. Since 1940, only one other bull market has lasted longer.
When the Federal Reserve raises rates, market pundits like to talk about the sell-off they expect to see. But will a stumble really happen?