The Day The Stock Market Music Died

The U.S. stock bull market is alive and well.  While a breakout by the S&P 500 Index above its January peak remains elusive, it seems only a matter of time before the fresh new all-time high confetti is once again falling from the rafters. But underneath the market surface, a disconcerting trend with corporate earnings began developing a few months ago and is continuing to pick up steam. As stocks chase new all-time highs, are they doing so long after the corporate profit music has died?

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Published by Eric Parnell

Registered Investment Advisor

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