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A lot can happen when you’re not looking, but a lot can happen even when you are looking. While everyone’s been waiting for the illusive correction, the S&P 500 ‘Richter scale’ actually shows the correction has come and gone. If you define correction as a 10% drop, the S&P 500 hasn’t had one in well over 1,000 days. This is the longest correction-free streak since the 1,127-day run from July 1984 to August 1987. But, corrections are not like annual holidays, they are more like earthquakes. Corrections don’t appear on schedule and they are not... -iSpyETF
Today the S&P 500 lost more than 1% for the first time since April 10, 2014. This sell off comes amidst many predictions for a bull market end or market crash. In reality, how significant is today’s loss? Streaks exist to be broken. The S&P 500 just broke a 66-day streak of not losing more than 1%. April 10 (blue box) was the last time the S&P 500 lost more than 1%. Is today’s loss a bad omen? Nowadays everything seems to be a bad omen, otherwise we wouldn’t read headlines such as: “Two signs a market crash is coming” “Bubble paranoia... -iSpyETF
The S&P 500 is not only stuck in a trading range. It’s also stuck in a conundrum of historical proportions. Analysis paralysis suffered by a variety of investors has rarely widespread. Why and what does it mean? The S&P 500 is incapacitated by a sentiment tug of war. Every trading day awakens to doomsday prophets, spreading their bearish gospel. Ironically, doomsday prophets are right. Many trustworthy indicators have indeed pointed to a sizeable correction … and yet they’ve been so wrong. When Will This ‘Broken Clock’ Be Right? Even a broken... -iSpyETF
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