value stocks. I don’t see any evidence that the bull market is ending any time soon. Neutral weight Europe. With ..... strategists labeling this correction as the end of the US bull market yet. In fact, I think investors may want to use any
mine life can be extended, and it offers substantial leverage to a rising gold price. For those who expect the gold bull market to continue in the next couple of years--as I do--the Complete Story »
Despite their rosy returns during the recent rally, these bull - market stars posted big losses in 2008.
By Praveen Chawla : The following chart shows S&P 500 (NYSEARCA: SPY ) in relation to margin debt data from 1960 to present. (Margin debt data is published by NYSE.) The scales are % change since 1960. As you can see while the S&P 500 has climbed nearly 3500%, margin debt has climbed nearly 15000%.
although prices might trend up for many years (as in a bull market ), or fall for many years (as in a bear market ..... to buy low and sell high. We have just experienced a bull market with the S&P 500 and a bear market with gold stocks
remained constant, leading them to assume additional risk in varied asset classes around the world. Whereas many past bull - market rallies have been greed-based, this one seems more need-based. In addition, we thought the following comments
surprise that many investors are very positive about this company and its growth prospects going forward. In today's bull market , investors sometimes focus too much on revenue growth and, as a result, overlook the actual earnings capacity of
bears currently have a clear upper hand. Over the next five years, it is extremely unlikely that we will experience a bull market similar to the one we've just witnessed (from August 2009 to present). Based upon an examination of underlying
demand dynamics, narrowing spreads, and low default rates since the credit crunch of 2008. Whether the decades-long bull market will soon come to an end is up for debate, but what isn't is that rising interest rates can wreak havoc on a bond
But even though I have that familiarity, I tend to stay away from most healthcare and biotechnology stocks. As the bull market gets longer and longer in the tooth, it becomes harder to find companies with stocks trading below fair value, or