One Of The Longest Bull Markets Ever Without A Drop

The S&P 500 is due for a selloff but with "little or nothing priced in for prospective policy changes" there's room for further according to a new research report from analysts at Deutsche Bank. According to an asset allocation research note written by Chief Strategist Binky Chadha, the current S&P 500 rally has gone 10 months without a 3% selloff, making it the 3rd longest since WW II. Typically, 3% to 5% selloffs occur every two to three months, making the current rally an outlier. The only times an equity rally ran longer without a . . .

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