Chart of The Day: The Current Stock Market State

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For some further perspective on the current state of the stock market, today’s chart presents the long-term trend of the S&P 400 (mid-cap stocks). As the chart illustrates, the S&P 400 rallied from late 2002 into the mid-2007 and then gave most of that back during the financial crisis. However, the S&P 400 rebounded well by recouping all losses incurred during the financial crisis and making new record highs in a mere two years. Over the past couple of years, the S&P 400 has continued to trend strongly to the upside. In fact, the S&P 400 has gained over 230% since its financial crisis lows and remains well within the confines of a steep upward sloping trend channel.


Quote of the Day
“Happiness is a direction, not a place.” – Sydney J. Harris

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April 07, 2014 – NCAA men’s basketball championship
April 08, 2014 – NCAA women’s basketball championship

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