Keeping Perspective

The U.S. stock market rally during the post crisis period seemingly will never end. It is already the third longest bull market in history, and what is particularly remarkable is that it has come in the immediate aftermath of what has been the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. Of course, the U.S. stock market owes much of its gains over the last many years to the very remedies provided by policy makers to try and fix the global economy from the crisis, so perhaps these gains are less remarkable than they are artificial and ultimately unsustainable. As a result, you may be among the group of investors whether you are currently allocated to the market or not that believes in your heart and mind that all of this will end badly, yet in the meantime you are watching the stock market rise day after day. What is such an investor to do? Hold your nose and dive fully back into stocks, thus exposing oneself to the risk of buying at the top? Or continue to stand back and watch the stock market endlessly rise for what could be a few more years?

Please click on the link to read more of my article on Seeking Alpha.

Published by Eric Parnell

Registered Investment Advisor

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