U.S. recessions tend to be short-lived and markets rebound quickly
Many economists believe the U.S. economy is nearing a recession. History has shown that recessions tend to be short-lived and have very little correlation to equity market downturns. Further, markets generally rebound quickly following a recession.
Consumer confidence: indicator of future performance?
Below-average consumer confidence historically points to strong subsequent equity market performance.
Stocks and bonds have performed well in period of moderate inflation
Markets historically perform well following midterm elections
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