Bulls Could Be Smiling the Rest of 2018

– The S&P 500 has historically grown an average of nearly 10% over the final five months of the year when each month from April through July was higher (as is the case in 2018). – This trend suggests higher prices may be likely going into the end of 2018. Click...

Short-Term Inflation Expectations at Lowest Point of 2018

– Shorter-term break-even inflation rates have dropped to their lowest levels of the year. – This movement implies market expectations for persistent inflation continue to dwindle, even amid the strongest Consumer Price Index and Producer Price Index readings of the...

This Is Now the Longest Bull Market Ever

– The bull market that started back in March 2009 is now officially the oldest bull market ever—topping the duration of the bull from the 1990s. – But it isn’t the greatest, as the 1990s bull market gained 418% at its peak; well above the 323% gains of the current...