Hey Traders and Investors

Secular bull markets by definition for stocks last anywhere from ten to fifteen years or so. During this time stocks trend strongly higher, with the occasional 5% – 10% ‘correction.’ If we indeed are to remain in a secular bull market for at least a few more years, which remains my base case, then we would be wise to recognize that any 10% dip in stocks is a buying opportunity and that stocks will rarely fall much more than 10% in this trend.

Watch the short video here: Don’t expect too many ‘dips’ in secular bull markets

To your success,

Serge Berger


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