Money Supply Vs. Inflation

Money Supply Vs. Inflation

The Money Supply Vs. Inflation historical chart below can save your family if you follow its revelation.

The “M2 Money Supply”, also referred to as “M2 Money Stock“, is a measure for the amount of currency in circulation.

M2 includes M1 (physical cash and checkable deposits) as well as “less liquid money”, such as saving bank accounts.

The chart below plots the yearly M2 Growth Rate and the Inflation Rate, which is defined as the yearly change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI).

When inflation is high, prices for goods and services rise, and thus the purchasing power per unit of currency decreases.

Historically, M2 has grown along with the economy (see in the chart below). However, it has also grown along with Federal Debt to GDP in times of war.

In most recent history, M2 growth surpassed 10 percent in recessions, during which an expansionary monetary policy was deployed by the central bank, including large scale asset purchases. According to Bannister and Forward (2002, page 28), Money supply growth and inflation are inexorably linked.

The chart below is that of the M2 Money Supply Vs. Inflation:

Market Cap -GGP Ratio

The chart above is telling you what is coming very soon.

Inflation is tied to the money supply and every single period of time that the money supply expanded,  inflation soon followed with a market crash.

Now, when you look at the current money supply, on the far right, you can clearly see that it has exploded beyond reason just within the last few years. This is leading to a MASSIVE MARKET CRASH followed by RAPID INFLATION.

However, you have time still to prepare. As of today, inflation has not yet started but it will come soon.

Do you know which assets you should own, hedge, or sell immediately?

As the Money Supply Vs. inflation adjustment appears we will tell our members precisely what assets to buy, keep, and sell within the Members Blog.

 

 

Market Cap to GDP Ratio

Market Cap to GDP Ratio

Market Cap to GDP Ratio is a long-term valuation indicator for stocks. It has become popular in recent years, thanks to Warren Buffett.

Back in 2001 he remarked in a Fortune Magazine interview that “it is probably the best single measure of where valuations stand at any given moment.”

The Wilshire 5000 Index is widely accepted as the definitive benchmark for the U.S. equity market and is intended to measure the total market capitalization of most publicly traded companies headquartered in the United States.

The chart below is that of the Wilshire 5000:

Market Cap -GGP Ratio

The S&P 500 to GDP Ratio

For comparison purposes, the S&P 500 to GDP ratio is shown below as well. The S&P 500 consists of 500 large US companies. Just like the Market Cap to GDP Ratio and is a capitalization-weighted index.

It captures approximately 80% of the available total market capitalization. For these reasons, it’s a much better measure for ‘market cap’ than the Dow Jones – however, the two charts look very similar.

 

 

S&P500=GDP Bubble

The charts clearly illustrate that the total US Markets are well above their 2000, 2008 and although we have a bit to go, we are quickly reaching the 1929 bubble. Thus, it is safe to assume we are in Market Cap to GDP bubble territory.

Over the next few weeks, we will show you a few more charts that are a bit concerning. Our Wealth Preserver members are protected just in case the Unthinkable occurs.

 

 

The S&P 500 Dividend Yield Is Screaming

The S&P 500 Dividend Yield Is Screaming

The S&P 500 is the most widely cited single gauge of large-cap equities on U.S. stock exchanges. Standard & Poor’s estimates that more than $7.8 trillion is benchmarked to the index, making it one of the most influential figures in the world of finance. To be included, a company must be publicly traded in the United States and report a market capitalization of $5.3 billion or greater.

According to Mike Maloney, the S&P 500 Dividend Yield is the second-best way to measure a market value (after the Price Earnings Ratio).

The dividend yield indicates how much a company pays out in dividends each year relative to its share price. In other words, it measures how much “bang for your buck” you are getting from dividends.

In the absence of any capital gains, the dividend yield is effectively the return on investment for a stock. The lower the dividend yield, the less you get for your investment, and hence the more overvalued a stock.

The historic S&P 500 Dividend Yields were deducted by Robert Shiller and published in his book Irrational Exuberance.

S&P 500 Dividend Yield

As you can clearly see in the chart, The S&P 500 Dividend Yield Is Screaming and telling you that it is well into bubble territory and will eventually correct. When it does correct or crash, will you be prepared or warned, or will you just go down with the markets?

 

 

S&P500 P/E Ratio

S&P500 P/E Ratio

The S&P500 P/E Ratio shows whether the stock market is overvalued or undervalued. It’s not a matter which Stocks you own in your portfolio because when the P/E Ratio turns EXTREME, VIRTUALLY ALL STOCKS Crash.

The price-earnings ratio is calculated by dividing a company’s stock price by its earnings per share. In other words, the S&P500 P/E ratio shows what the market is willing to pay for a stock based on its current earnings.

Yale professor Robert Shiller, the author of Irrational Exuberance, has reintroduced this adjusted ratio to a wider audience of investors. The P/E Ratio is illustrated below and is extremely simple to understand with a quick view of the chart.

So, is it under or overvalued?

S&P500 P/E Ratio

Today the P/E Ratio is sitting at 28 and is in Extreme Bubble Territory and getting higher!

All you have to understand from the chart is that since 1880,

“Every single time the S&P500 P/E Ratio rose above 20, the stock market crashed; Every Single Time!”

You know what to expect, right?

Tomorrow we will show you an entirely different chart that will simply stun you.

Expanding Socialist Authoritarianism

Expanding Socialist Authoritarianism

Expanding Socialist Authoritarianism is getting far worse by the day and it appears that our Algorithmic Cyclical Models on War & Civil Unrest are simply on target, have started, and are expanding rapidly.

India is becoming confrontational against China and oppressing its own people which appears to be in a secret agenda with the Globalist Socialism Crowd trying to isolate China and force them to surrender their sovereignty to their new world order.

We see Germany moving to prohibit any more demonstrations which embarrassed the government in Berlin. In Greece, we have deep concerns that they are criminalizing free speech and authorizing the arrest any anyone who goes against COVID restrictions. Greece has banned international flights with the United States trying to put pressure on for the elections to also overthrow Trump which has become a European agenda. The US Embassy in Athens has warned Americans about travel to Greece that “Travelers should be prepared for the possibility that additional travel restrictions could be implemented by the Greek government with little or no advance notice.

What is really frightening is that the Democrats are taking on the policies advocated by Nazi-style views of Elizabeth Warren. It is one thing to read in history books about how oppressive governments became which led to World War II and to see it unfolding before our eyes.

The Socialists have created such a divide among the people this is doing monumental damage to the population turning brother against brother. In California, a woman threw a hot cup of coffee in the face of a man on the street who was not wearing a mask. This entire issue of masks and social distancing has created a mindset that being even close to anyone is dangerous. Many no longer shake hands.

This Expanding Socialistic Authoritarian is the very essence of how to destroy a working economy and a civilization.

Presidential Stock Market Direction

Presidential Stock Market Direction

The Presidential Stock Market Direction will be determined by who enters the White House. The “WHY  & HOW” is clear…

Presidential Stock Market DirectionThe recent MMT implies that a Presidential Stock Market Direction win by Biden will prove to be a complete joke. This would be much WORSE than Jimmy Carter who inspired the collapse of confidence in the dollar and government leading to the 1980 gold high. Capital will flee public assets and shift into private.

One the other hand, the worse of the economic crisis is external to the USA became many countries like Germany depend on selling to consumers outside their own country. The likelihood of a breakup of the EU and their idea of canceling currency and moving to perpetual bonds that would even wipe out pensions in Europe will push capital outside and into the US stock market.

Keep in mind that this is a Monetary Crisis Cycle intermixed with a Sovereign Debt Crisis and this entire coronavirus nonsense has so accelerated the debt crisis that now the politicians fear what will happen if they lift the restrictions on paying rents and mortgages.

The politicians around the world have responded in such an exaggerated manner to this virus that they will NEVER admit a mistake. Thus, they must oppress the people and hence we have entered into rising authoritarianism for the next decade.

Although the US Market will have a Slingshot move will occur no matter the Presidential Stock Market Direction, US retirement shares market will follow Europe, so be prepared. Stay close to your Wealth Preserver and Maximizer Signals to prevent a potential retirement account wipeout as this election will become the most violent in our countries history, and it will continue to escalate through 2032.

Lockdown Tsunami

Lockdown Tsunami

Lockdown Tsunami #2 has just begun, and that is really bad news for the U.S. economy.

Lockdown Tsunami #1 resulted in the permanent closing of more than 100,000 U.S. businesses, colossal lines at food banks around the nation, and the loss of tens of millions of jobs.  Needless to say, this new wave of lock-downs will make things even worse, and some are speculating that this is precisely what Democrats want.

If the U.S. economy continues to fall apart as we approach the election in November, the thinking is that this will make President Trump look bad and will make it more likely that people will cast votes for Democrats.  But there is also the possibility that this could backfire in a huge way for the left.  If millions of Americans start to identify the Democrats as “the party of the lock-downs”, that could actually greatly help President Trump in November.

At this point, the battle lines are becoming quite clear.  President Trump and other top Republicans are strongly against more lockdowns, but Democratic politicians in many areas of the country are starting to institute them anyway.  In fact, we just learned that all schools in Los Angeles, San Diego, Atlanta and Nashville will be closed at the beginning of the new school year…

“Resisting pressure from President Donald Trump, three of the nation’s largest school districts said Monday that they will begin the new school year with all students learning from home. Schools in Los Angeles, San Diego and Atlanta will begin entirely online, officials said Monday. Schools in Nashville plan to do the same, at least through Labor Day.”

Other major cities are expected to follow suit.  Of course considering the quality of the education in most of our public schools, most of those kids won’t exactly be missing too much.

Ultimately, closing the schools won’t have too much of an economic impact, but shutting down most of the businesses in our largest state certainly will.  On Monday, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a comprehensive lock-down for 30 California counties which account for “about 80 percent of California’s population”

“Newsom, a Democrat, announced during a press briefing that all bars across the state must close up shop and that restaurants, wineries, tasting rooms, family entertainment centers, zoos, museums and card rooms must suspend indoor activities.The governor also announced that all gyms, places of worship, malls, personal care services, barbershops, salons, and non-critical offices in counties on the state’s “monitoring list” had to shut down under the new order. The order affects more than 30 counties which are home to about 80 percent of California’s population.”

Newsom is a political opportunist, and I guarantee you that he wouldn’t be doing this unless he truly believed that it would help Democrats in November.

But I think that Newsom and other top Democrats have greatly underestimated how much the American people detest COVID-19 restrictions at this point.  We have been witnessing a huge backlash all over the country, and even though California is far more liberal than most other states, a backlash has been brewing there as well.

If the Democrats are not very careful, they are going to lose an election that they could have very easily won.

First of all, they should have never nominated Joe Biden.  It is obvious to everyone that he is physically and mentally declining at a very rapid pace, and videos of him “acting creepy” will be viewed millions upon millions of times over the coming months.  Democrats have known about Biden’s creepy behavior for many years, but they decided to give the nomination to him anyway.

Secondly, most top Democrats have refused to strongly denounce the rioting, looting and violence that have happened around the nation, and this is going to push a whole lot of people toward the Republicans.

Thirdly, the backlash against these new lockdowns is going to be directed primarily toward Democrats.  If Democratic politicians push too far, this will be an issue that deeply hurts them in November.

But despite all of these mistakes, it is possible that the Democrats could still come out on top, because Trump and the Republicans are making lots of political mistakes as well.

If Trump wants to make a comeback in the polls, he really needs to fully embrace an anti-lock-down message, because that would strongly resonate with tens of millions of voters.

The first wave of lockdowns certainly didn’t stop the spread of the virus, and more lockdowns will not stop it from spreading either.  And now three separate scientific studies have shown that COVID-19 antibodies disappear very, very rapidly, and that means that a vaccine is not going to end this crisis and we will never reach a point of “herd immunity”.  So we are going to have to find a way to function effectively as this virus circulates around the globe year after year, because it isn’t going to go away.

We simply cannot shut down the economy every time the number of cases starts to surge again.  The damage that we have already done to the U.S. economy has been incalculable, and now these new lockdowns will do even more damage.

But the WHO continues to insist that more restrictions are needed in Lockdown Tsunami #2…

“Let me be blunt, too many countries are headed in the wrong direction, the virus remains public enemy number one,” WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a virtual briefing from the U.N. agency’s headquarters in Geneva. “If basics are not followed, the only way this pandemic is going to go – it is going to get worse and worse and worse.”

What would the WHO have us do?

Would they like us to all lock ourselves in our homes indefinitely?

The WHO keeps touting a future vaccine, but if COVID-19 antibodies disappear after just a few months, there is no way that a vaccine is going to end this pandemic.

And many Americans will never, ever take any COVID-19 vaccine under any circumstances.

As I discussed in an article that I posted earlier, it looks like we are just going to have to accept the fact that COVID-19 is going to be around year after year.

It is easy for the “experts” to tell us that everyone should just stay home, but the price tag for the first wave of lockdowns was astronomical.  Thanks to all of the emergency measures that Congress passed, the U.S. government ran a budget deficit of 864 billion dollars in the month of June…

The US budget deficit surged to a record-breaking $864 billion in June, the Treasury Department said on Monday. The increase is the product of the federal government’s efforts to combat the corona-virus pandemic and its economic fallout. The government collected about $240 billion in tax revenue in June, the Treasury said, and federal spending overall reached $1.1 trillion.

To put that in perspective, it took from the founding of our nation until 1980 for the U.S. government to accumulate a total of 864 billion dollars of debt.

And now we have added that much to the national debt in just one month.

We simply cannot keep doing this.

No matter what we do, COVID-19 is going to keep spreading, and we are going to have to learn how to deal with this virus for a very long time to come.

Lockdown Tsunami #2 is definitely not the answer, but unfortunately many of our politicians are convinced otherwise. So U.S. economic conditions will continue to deteriorate, and the economic depression that began earlier this year will continue through the end of 2020 and beyond. We encourage wealth and retirement account protection immediately because when the economy turns down, your retirement account will get wiped out but you family can be safe from collapse.

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Another Leg Down?

Another Leg Down?

We have seen a hefty relief rally but does Another Leg Down loom? For those who are Wealth Maximizer Pro members, you have caught the nice profitable rally, contratulations.

I am seeing some “disturbing” signs that the market is very close to re-testing the lows that we previously have made, or, will it form another leg down loom?.

At the very least, it is 98% certain we will come to test the lows around 2250 at any moment in time. It is possible that we have another final leg down, and I believe that we likely will.

It is important for you to remain patient instead of panic buying and falling into bull trap.

During this last leg down, simultaneously, Gold and Silver will likely sell-off for liquidity reasons. People are now and will continue to liquidate their hidden savings.

Here’s why we know that the last leg down is coming:

The VIX remains incredibly elevated (60+) despite big pops in the markets and has not subsided. This tells you another sell-off is looming. Whats more, it’s supported by many other technical and fundamental factors.

For the market to continue up and ignore these factors would be unprecedented.

Prepare for another drop to the eventual bottom.

Marxism, Buffett, Dalio, Stalin & The Bottom

Marxism, Buffett, Dalio, Stalin & The Bottom

As always, the Democrats just can’t stand the fact that Trump might take credit for helping people and have blocked and relief package. Democrats claimed in true Marxist fashion in the Senate that the GOP’s push to set aside $425 billion for loans to help select companies and industries, dubbing it a “slush fund” for the Treasury to direct as it sees fit. They said the bill is tilted toward corporations instead of working people. What they fail to even address is that those working people rely upon small businesses the Democrats hate so much which provides 70% of their employment.

Small businesses have been ordered to close down. They cannot pay employees and nobody has suspended their rents. The destruction of small businesses will be devastating to the economy and this is all about playing politics. I am saddened.

The closing for March, if down from last Friday may spark more serious liquidation as Hedge Funds dump everything and some may more to suspend withdrawals as is taking place in European bond funds. The Solus Alternative Asset Management LP, Hedge Fund, known for its investment in retail chain Toys “R” Us, informed its investors that it is shutting its flagship fund and will restrict redemption’s as it works to sell off holdings.

Even Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway may have lost more than $70 billion on its 10 biggest investments. This type of decline shows that the buy-and-hold strategy fails in a serious market correction. Ray Dalio, who will go down in history for his proclamation that “cash is trash” on January 21, 2020, has lost probably more than $4 trillion in Bridgewater.

Where the 2007-2009 Crash took out Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns, this time we will see Hedge Funds go down in flames. This undermines liquidity and makes the market vulnerable because market-makers pull back just to survive. 

We are headed into a Global Recession which could become even worse than the Great Depression. Here’s why?

This time we have politicians taking advice from the medical industry. The medical people who do not understand that you cannot shut down the economy on this grand scale because of the devastation is insurmountable to people, their jobs, and wiping out their pensions. This economic shut down on such a massive scale is far worse than if the Corona death toll was even 8%.

Never before has the economy been crashing with such speed for this is orchestrated by people who only look at how diseases spread and not how the economy contracts.

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Yes, it is true that if we all stayed home we can even beat the common cold. But the post-coronavirus world is going to be far more damaging to the future than any of these people understand.

To have the Democrats playing politics in the middle of the is just insane.

Liquidity is collapsing everywhere. Bank failures rose after the 1929 crash because liquidity failure with a declining velocity = less money with even less money moving around the economy = recession and potential depression.

A monthly closing on Oil below $20.50 will warn of the economic recession ahead as people stay home and this command of quarantine and social distancing may undermine the very cooperation which is the foundation of civilization. 

If people are afraid to interact and suspect everyone, that is precisely the atmosphere created by Stalin during the Communist era.  We are voluntarily limiting and quickly losing all rights including the freedom of assembly. Even Twitter has shut down those who dissent against the coronavirus and this is calling into question our freedom of speech as well.

InterAnalyst will help guide everyone out of this time of insecurity and political misdirection via selfish ignorance.

Look at the chart below:

Finding The Bottom

As the markets find the bottom, it will be laced with volatility and insecurity with the media frightening you to the point of insecurity. this is not done for YOU as an InterAnalyst member. It is done for those Buy and Holders who never exited at the top and now have been scared into submission. 

However, as an InterAnalyst member,  you recognize that it likely will become the best entry point of your life! Yes, insecurity will be there but you know the stock market is going nowhere!

The stock market never lies and it always returns when there is “blood in the street” and the bottom arrives.

Thus, follow the guideline to a risky to safe entry back into the coming slingshot move.

Step One: Wealth Maximizer Pro (Daily Charts)

When the Daily chart delivers a green signal, jump for joy, then choose to enter a position or wait to see if the daily signal is holding for a few days for stability. If we are at or close to a bottom, volatility will be very high so prepare for it if you choose to trade it.

Step Two: Wealth Maximizer (Weekly Charts)

When the Daily is followed by a Weekly green signal you know that the economy is attempting to settle and gain strength.

You should begin to feel a bit more secure. Entering a bullish position here is a bit less risky because the weekly signal has some economic strength attached rather than pure daily volatility. You can even wait another week to see if it develops more strength.

Step Three: The Wealth Preserver (Monthly Charts)

Once the Green signal has elevated from the Daily to the Weekly and the Weekly has moved into a second or third week of a bullish trend, you may select to beat the green monthly Wealth Preserver signal by entering a bullish position before month end.

If you look at The Wealth Preserver chart above, ask yourself whether you remember the days or weeks Just prior to the bottom green signals in 2003 and 2008?  NOPE, right. You don’t remember them, but what you would have remembered is getting in after preserving your money at the prior top, before the full devastating decline those bear markets delivered.

The same is true now. 

So, the bottom is going to come. You must be patient, it will arrive, it always does!

Enter in when you feel most comfortable, but recognize that the Wealth Preserver has proven to be deadly accurate at economic turning points.

The phrase to be true: “Better Safe, than Sorry!” 

Obviously, entry at any point has its risks, but as you look closely at The Wealth Preserver chart above, making a move using the monthly charts is rarely a poor decision…ESPECIALLY OFF THE BOTTOM.

This time it is coming with a slingshot.

6 Facts About The S&P500 Index

6 Facts About The S&P500 Index

In terms of history and novelty, no stock index, including the S&P 500, takes precedence over the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The Dow is the second-oldest stock index in the U.S., trailing only the Dow Transportation Index, and it recently celebrated its 122nd birthday.

But for as revered as the Dow is, it’s also a pretty useless index with regard to tracking the health of the U.S. stock market. It has just 30 components, meaning some industries have little or no representation, and more importantly, it’s a price-weighted index. This means that share price, not market cap, determines how much influence a component has within the index. Thusly, Boeing and its nearly $335 share price has close to 10 times the influence of drugmaker Pfizer, which has a share price of around $37 (yet, incidentally, a larger market cap than Boeing by about $20 billion).

If we want a truly encompassing benchmark to track the health of the U.S. stock market and economy, then the broad-based S&P 500 Index, with its representative 500 companies from a variety of industries and sectors, is our best choice.

Like the Dow, the S&P 500 is rich in history, as well as interesting facts. Here are, in no particular order, seven fascinating facts you may not have known about the S&P 500.

1. Originally, it didn’t contain 500 companies

A little more than 61 years ago, on March 4, 1957, the S&P 500 we know today took shape. Back then, as it is today, the Index was comprised of 500 companies. But the S&P 500 hasn’t always tracked 500 companies. When it was first introduced in 1923, it was simply known as the “Composite Index” and tracked the performance of a relatively small number of companies. This was expanded in 1926 to include 90 stocks, which was the number it stuck with until its expansion to 500 companies in March of 1957.

2. There’s been a lot of turnover, yet many familiar faces remain

As you might have rightly imagined, there’s been quite a lot of turnover in the S&P 500 since March 1957. An S&P Dow Jones Indices committee is responsible for reviewing and replacing companies in the S&P 500 on a regular basis to ensure the Index reflects the dynamic nature of the U.S. economy as closely as possible.

According to a Bloomberg report from March 2007, 50 years after the modern-day S&P 500 came into existence, there were 86 original members still remaining. Though this figure has likely fallen over the past 11 years thanks to mergers, acquisitions, bankruptcies, and removal decisions from the committee, there are still dozens of companies that have been a part of the S&P 500 for more than 61 years and counting. Examples include Coca-ColaMerck, Pfizer, PepsiCo., and Kroger, to name a few.

3. Technically, there are more than 500 stocks included in the S&P 500 right now

Here’s a weird fact to share with your friends at parties: Technically, the S&P 500 tracks more than 500 stocks. Though the index is limited to 500 companies, some companies have issued more than one class of stock, meaning the index tracks two or more of these classes. As of July 2018, the S&P 500 actually tracked 505 stocks.

As an example, in 2014, Google, which is now known as Alphabetissued a new class of stock. The pre-existing Class C shares (GOOG) have no voting rights, while the 2014-issued Class A shares (GOOGL) have one vote per share. Because Alphabet is such a mammoth of a company, its inclusion in the S&P 500 makes sense…but only if both classes of its stock are tracked by the S&P 500.

4. There are stringent criteria for inclusion in the Index

Though the committee has the ultimate say on what companies are included and removed from the S&P 500, there are some pretty clear guidelines for inclusion. The selection criteria include:

  • A market capitalization in excess of $6.1 billion.
  • Annual dollar value traded to float-adjusted market cap is greater than 1.0.
  • A minimum monthly trading volume of 250,000 shares in each of the six months leading up to committee review.
  • Must be a publicly listed company on a major U.S. exchange (no over-the-counter (OTC) stocks).
  • Certain securities are ineligible, such as limited partnership, master-limited partnerships, OTC stocks, preferred stock, royalty trusts, and exchange-traded

5. Its 10 largest components comprise more than 21% of the Index

Even though the S&P 500 doesn’t fall victim to the uselessness of price-weighting, it’s still heavily influenced by a relatively small number of components. As of July 5, 2018, the largest 10 components accounted for more than 21% of the S&P 500’s weighting:

  1. Apple3.924345%
  2. Microsoft3.300070%
  3. Amazon.com2.947227%
  4. Facebook2.049400%
  5. Berkshire Hathaway Class B1.553777%
  6. JPMorgan Chase1.520523%
  7. ExxonMobil1.500398%
  8. Alphabet Class C: 1.469428%
  9. Alphabet Class A: 1.467526%
  10. Johnson & Johnson1.443485%

In other words, like the Nasdaq, technology plays a key role in influencing the Index.

6. The S&P 500 has undergone 36 corrections since 1950

While we often think of the stock market as a wealth creator, it’s worth noting that downtrends and corrections — defined as at least a 10% move lower from a recent high — actually happen quite often. According to data from stock market analytics company Yardeni Research, the S&P 500 has undergone 36 corrections since the beginning of 1950, or about one every two years. Though bear markets are less common — downside in the stock market is inevitable!

Despite being prone to corrections every so often, at no point would an investment in the S&P 500 for a period of 20 years have produced a loss. What’s more, with the exception of the correction that occurred earlier this year, all previous 35 corrections since 1950 have eventually been completely erased by bull market rallies.

In short, the broad-based S&P 500 has demonstrated that patience and proper research pays off over the long run.

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