The S&P 500 Index has been up for the year the entire year of 2017. Has this happened before? And how did the market react the following year?
Rather than recreate someone else’s work I will simply include a link below to an article published at www.RealClearMarkets.com on 11/14. The article – titled “The S&P 500 has been in the black all year — here’s what typically happens next” – was written by MarketWatch Writer Victor Reklaitis based on research done by Jani Ziedins of https://cracked.market.
For the record, I have to admit I was somewhat surprised by the results. Rather than “give away” the somewhat surprising results, I will simply urge you to click the link below and read for yourself.
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