Fed Rate Hike History Says Bulls Could Run For A Long Time
Facts Say Be Open To Better Than Expected Outcomes
Dating back to August 2016, our weekly videos have covered numerous long-term charts that tell us to remain open to the possibility of stocks rising for several more years, including:
- Bullish Monthly Momentum (MACD) – December 2, 2016
- Long-Term Breakout In Stock/Bond Ratio – December 9, 2016
- Annual Signal Last Seen Before 1982 Bull Run – December 30, 2016.
Are Fed Rate Hikes A Showstopper For Stocks?
The Fed raised rates by 0.25% Wednesday and projected an acceleration in U.S. economic growth. It seems tempting to say “the Fed will kill the bull market”. However, as noted by Senior Market Strategist Ryan Detrick of LPL Financial, it is in the realm of historical possibility for stocks to continue to rise for some time.
A List Of Concerns
This week’s stock market video reviews present day facts to help us better understand the stock market’s concerns related to:
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- Geopolitical Events
- Predictions Of Gloom And Doom
- Threat Of U.S. Recession