S&P500 Multi Year Rallies

The S&P500 bull market is believed to be one of the longest in the history of the U.S. stock market. However, how does it compare to prior rallies during the last 100 years? Based on historical precedents, at what levels can the S&P500 peak?

1924 – 1929

+200% increase

1954 – 1973

+300% increase

1980 – 1987

+180% increase

1990 – 2000

+325% increase

2013 – 2019

Only +100% increase so far

If the ongoing rally is to mimic historical growth rates, the S&P500 should reach 4400-4500 in a couple of years

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