Quote of the Day:

“Bull markets are born on pessimism, grown on skepticism, mature on optimism and die on euphoria.”

-Sir John Templeton


Category: Investing, Markets, Sentiment

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2 Responses to “Sir John Templeton on Bull Markets”

  1. MikeNY says:

    I’d say we’re somewhere in optimism, somewhere middle deep. When people are posting MSM articles like “the fundamentals look good”, supported by nothing but elevator analysis (house prices are up! consumers are spending more!), it’s clear to me that people now want to believe.

  2. ashpelham2 says:

    Yeah, really noticing the optimism starting to perculate. People are talking, mostly the ever-gullible boomers. We will see when this thing turns, but I think we are in for a sustained period of below average mkt returns, but still positive. Enough to keep everyone engaged.