11/15/13

WHAT HAPPENS DURING A BULL MARKET

IT IS A HISTORICAL FACT THAT BULL MARKETS ARE ACCOMPANIED BY DECLINING OR STABLE SHORT-TERM INTEREST RATES.

THE TIME TO WORRY ABOUT THE END OF THE BULL MARKET IS WHEN SHORT-TERM INTEREST RATES HAVE BEEN RISING FOR A FEW MONTHS. (Click on the chart to enlarge it).

George Dagnino, PhD Editor,
The Peter Dag Portfolio.
Since 1977
2009 Market Timer of the Year by Timer Digest
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2 comments:

Adam Jewl said...

Stock Markets perform good in low interest rate because people take out their funds from FIs and invest them in the stock market that boosts the sector. Financial Analysis

www.peterdag.com said...

Declining/stable/low short-term interest rates suggest the Fed is easing monetary policy. The additional liquidity helps the economy, earnings and the stock market.

George