Split S&P 500 Between Highs And Bear Markets

Typically, when we see more than 20% of stocks at new highs, fewer than 20% of the other stocks in the index are doing so badly that they’re in bear markets, roughly defined as being at least 20% off their highs. Yet this time around, more than 40% of stocks in the S&P are in bear markets.Split ...

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