If this is indeed a new Bull market, we have so made it about halfway to the median duration point of prior rallies.

Median Bull Markets = 2.6 Years
Source: Investech Research

This finding is consistent with several of the other indicators and historical comparables (first 5% sell off, Presidential Cycle) we track.

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One Response to “Chart of the Week: Median Bull Markets”

  1. chibi says:

    I know this point has been made before, but this rally is in the same neighborhood of the 1932 duration as well as Japan’s first post-bubble rally.

    Weren’t you saying something aboug a pig and a python the other day?