This Doesn't Happen Often - IV

| January 31, 2018
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Yes the stock market can go down and on back-to-back days!

Even this recent parabolic move higher needs to take a breather.

Here are the Stats of the Day:

  • First 1% drop in 112 days. This ties for the longest stretch since 1985.
  • First back-to-back losses of 2018 for S&P 500. This is the 2nd longest streak to start a year ever.
  • First back-to-back 0.5% drop in 310 days. This is the longest streak ever.
  • First close >1% away from all-time high in 49 days. This is the 4th longest ever.
  • Courtesy of Ryan Detrick

 

Stay Tuned, Disciplined & Patient! {TJM}

ICE – Investor & Character Equation | S + R = O

 

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