By Lawrence Carrel ,
As the bull market passed its ninth birthday in March, it became the longest and greatest in terms of percentage gains for the Dow Jones Industrial Average since World War II, according the Leuthold Group.
It’s also the second-longest and second-largest bull run for the S&P 500 Index, with only the 1990s technology bubble beating it. Since business cycles end and bull markets turn into bears, where do we stand now? Is there more room to grow?
“I think the Dow is going to 30,000 in the next 18 months,” said Jon Ball, chief investment officer of the Intrinsic Asset […] Read more