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Liz Ann Sonders
This is busy, but a good visual we created to show post-WWII history of bull/bear markets (using precise, not rounded, +-20% definition for S&P 500), with recession bars:
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Liz Ann Sonders Feb 15
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New version coming soon with shading within the bull markets for “recovery” and then “expansion” phases
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Terrence Dineen Feb 14
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Good visual. I think broad based info like this is more informative and helpful to the avg investor. Too often investors get lost in weeds of the day to day what ifs. To clarify, was the data pulled together using weekly close prices to determing +/- 20%?
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Liz Ann Sonders Feb 14
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Daily
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Kevin Vaughan Feb 14
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If you look at this chart upside down, you will see what people believe has happened due to constant negative political style reporting of the economy over the years.
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Michael Antonelli Feb 14
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This is really good
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Michael Kramer Feb 14
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An excellent chart... thank you!
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LeeLee Feb 14
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Very well done (and encouraging) graphic. Thanks!
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Risk Seeker Feb 14
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LOVE!
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Steve Feb 14
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Can you post something like this for Europe or maybe Britain or Germany and also Japan? Now that more are investing globally it would be a interesting to see how those compare to the US.
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M Fisherman Feb 14
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You should overlay interest rates
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