More than six years into the current bull market, the S&P 500 continues to grind higher, tacking on another 3.1 percent gain so far in 2015. With no end in sight for rising share prices, RBC Capital Markets analyst Jonathan Golub recently released a report focusing on what it would take to kill the bull market.
1,357 And Counting
Stunningly, not only has the bull market endured for more than six years, the S&P 500 has not experienced even a 10 percent correction in 1,357 days (since October 2011). When RBC recently released a report that highlighted this market anomaly, the firm received an influx of questions about what investors should be watching for ahead of the next big market dip.
Recessions Are The Key
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