16th April 2024

A fast observe to reply this query:

What occurs after markets make a brand new all-time excessive (after a 12 months w/o one)?

Try the desk above, by way of Warren Pies. He spoke with Batnick and Josh earlier this month.

Going again to 1954, markets are all the time greater one 12 months later – the one exception was 2007. That was after housing had peaked, subprime mortgages have been defaulting, and the nice monetary disaster was about to begin.

That is the 15th time markets have made ATH highs after 12 months. Excluding 07, returns have ranged from 4.9% to 36.9% a 12 months later, averaging about 14%; the bull market that adopted ranges from 9.7% to 350%, with a mean of 85%. Drawdowns following ATH are usually shallower than different durations as nicely.

Peter Mallouk factors out that investments made on days of all-time highs outperform investments made on all different days,

Technicians will inform you All-Time Highs are bullish as a result of there is no such thing as a promoting resistance; behavioral economics suggests it’s bullish as a result of FOMO and plain previous greed.

Ask your self this: Is 2024 extra akin to 2007, or most different markets the place new all-time highs have been made?

See additionally:
Nothing is Extra Bullish than All-Time Highs (Michael Batnick, February 3, 2024)

All-Time Highs within the Inventory Market are Normally Adopted by Extra All-Time Highs (Ben Carlson, February 8, 2024)

How Bullish Had been You in 2011? (November 29, 2023)

The Most Hated Rally in Wall Avenue Historical past (October 8, 2009)

Bull & Bear Markets

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