With traders already tempered to the long-term malaise of the market, the drop in prices and pull back in inventories may be generating a glimmer of hope that the market bottom
stock market rallied on Monday as the session marked the one year anniversary of the 2009 market bottom
The head of a Pennsylvania roofing company paid $165 per square foot for a 26-unit parcel of West Palm Beach condos, sparking hopes that a market bottom
Midtown office space has been largely repriced, effectively signaling the approach of a market bottom
and providing a view toward recovery beginning in 2010 when elevated lease expirations should spike activity, according to a report issued by CB Richard Ellis Research.
Similarly, at a market bottom
, the Momentum indicator will drop sharply and then begin to climb well ahead of prices.
Hotel real estate prices have been relatively steady since 1991, typical of a market bottom
. Average price per room reached a low of $17,411 in 1993, down from a high of $23,630 in 1988.
He complained that government-controlled institutions take minimal interest in trading in a bear market, but are quick to buy when the market bottoms
out for the fear of missing out.
On average, the market bottomed
three months from the peak.
February also marks six years, or 72 consecutive months, of year-over-year price increases since the market bottomed
out and began to recover.
But put into context the Dow has risen 4 percent or more over seven trading days 110 times since the market bottomed
in March 2009."
Since the job market bottomed
out in 2009, Americans' ratings of it have improved steadily, rising to the highest level yet in 2017.
They can then miss the most powerful early bull rallies off bear market bottoms
that allow them to recover lost capital and post positive returns.