The bull market is back. And stocks have been on a tear.
Pretty amazing, given where we were just a couple of months ago.
On March 11th, just 19 days after hitting all-time record highs, the historic 11-year bull market was stopped in its tracks due to the coronavirus, and a new bear market had begun.
It was the fastest we’d ever seen a bull market turn into a bear.
Stocks plunged as traders braced for the worst with the Dow falling as much as -38.4%, the S&P falling by -35.3%, and the Nasdaq falling by -32.5%.
But after spending