Since 1802 the stock market has been in either a Secular (long term) Bull or a Secular Bear phase.
For all past secular bear markets since 1929, the S&P 500 steadily declined for 8 to 14 years and had a minimum peak to trough decline of 44%.
Secular Bear Market On The Horizon Videos
|Video No.||Secular Bear Market educational videos||Run Time|
|N/A||What is the difference between a secular bear and a cyclical bear?||4:35|
|N/A||Why the minimum duration for a secular bear is 8 years||1:15|
|N/A||Secular bull investing strategies do not work during a secular bear market||2:12|
|N/A||Why the worst performing stocks during a secular bear were always the best performers of prior secular bull||1:36|
|N/A||Proven Secular Bear investing strategies||10:28|
|N/A||AlphaTack, Secular Bear Investments Lifeboat||2:03|