Question of the Week
The current stock market rally has been going on for roughly 6.2 years and sports a gain of 178%. Historically, rallies have lasted a little longer (8.5 years with a 458% gain), but naturally, all stock market rallies are different. What do you think the future has in store for this rally?
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Charles Payne's Market Commentary
The Big Divide
5/29/2015 - Are there two Americas, and are they drifting further apart?
John Edwards, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama were
saying that there were two Americas back in 2008. Of course,
for them, the record high stock market (before the crash)
wasn’t a positive proxy for the nation; it was only for the
rich. Their comments were an indictment against President Bush
and the notion that he favored the rich. Moreover, it was a
call for authority to tweak or even dismantle cap...
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