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Average Pullback=14.2%, Current Pullback=5.2%

Average Pullback=14.2%, Current Pullback=5.2%

From the desk of Ryan Detrick: Since 1980, the average year sees a max peak-to-trough correction of 14.2% for the S&P 500.  Yes, this current 5.1% pullback doesn’t feel great, but it is so important to remember that most years this is perfectly normal. Hat...
Six in a Row

Six in a Row

Great stuff from Ryan Detrick:  S&P 500 is about to be up 6 quarters in a row. The next quarter has been lower only once. Incredibly, two quarters later stocks have never been lower. A yr later? Up 15.5% on average. Yet another clue we are in a secular bull market...
Here Comes September

Here Comes September

Historically September is one of the worst months of the year for the S&P 500 Index.  During the huge 2020 rally September was once again fairly weak.  The SPX suffered a 9.5% pullback from Sept. 2nd to 23rd.   That being said, The S&P 500 Index finished...