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A Quick Retrospective On The 10-Year Anniversary Of The Longest Bull Market In History

"For now, the bull marches precariously on."

"For now, the bull marches precariously on."
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3 comments on “A Quick Retrospective On The 10-Year Anniversary Of The Longest Bull Market In History

  1. Curt Tyner

    IT IS PARTY TIME, AGAIN. So let’s make sure we really do it right this time. So we want the entire world middle class and of course you lower classes to just “bend over” so you really know whose boss.

    “Do you have your “panic room” yet”, “No I can’t find enough illegals to work for 5 bucks an hour, where did they all go?”. Our boy Trump’s got um’ in cages, maybe we should quietly let a few out”.

  2. A bear market is, by technical definition, a 20% decline in one – or more- index. By this rubric it’s Happy 3 months – unless denotations don’t matter (in a financial world that commits suicide/frottage over 100ths of a percentage point…) if they fail pattern bias, I guess. Actually, 2011 was a cessation of the technical definition of a bull, too.

    Then again – the Fed-fed funhouse of nanny-state curation, since the end of the Great Bush Recession, really has larded the quiddity of “bull* anyways…

    • Harvey Darrow Cotton

      A technical bear market in the NASDAQ does not make a technical bear market in the S&P 500. The note quoted above noted the S&P fell 19.8%.

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