One of the factors that might temper long term bullishness with regards to the current US equities market is that there currently appear to be no leading, dynamic economic growth sectors. In the early stages of a secular bull market, however, the dynamic growth sectors that will lead the advance are often unclear or unknown. The picture may be starting to clarify itself. One area that appears poised to take off and add a dynamic growth component while reducing costs throughout the economy…Continue
Added by Steven Vincent on March 25, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
March is very important month in my work....Lows have been put in over the years & highs have been seen...this year I feel we may have seen a closing short term hi.. as of yesterday. The question is how bad will the correction be & for how long..
Added by Jim Moscato on March 15, 2013 at 10:06pm — No Comments
The last BullBear Market Report explored whether the long term Bear Market that began in 2000 may have ended in November of 2012. This report comes down on the side of concluding that indeed a new, secular Bull Market has begun. While there is still some chance that a bear market (D) wave top could come in the vicinity of the 2007 highs, evidence is mounting that the 2011-2012 period was an (E) wave of a…Continue