Chart of the Day
The S&P 500 continues to work its way higher and closed at new rally highs. So how does the current S&P 500 rally rank? To answer this question and to provide some perspective, all major S&P 500 rallies of the last 75 years are plotted on today's chart. With the S&P 500 up 87.5%, the current rally is the third longest in duration but slightly below average in magnitude. Stay tuned...
- Does the rally continue or is the party over? The answer may surprise you. Find out now with the exclusive & highly regarded charts of Chart of the Day Plus.
- The S&P 500 was not adjusted for inflation or dividends.
- There are 252 trading days in a year (100 trading days equal about 4.8 calendar months).
- A major stock market rally has been defined as a 30% or greater increase in the S&P 500 (following a major correction).
Source - Standard & Poor's
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