If the world stock market turns bearish these are the historical falling averages

Bear markets are typical of any market. The most recent in global equities was the result of the health crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which, economically, led to forced closures for companies and, in the financial framework, volatility was unleashed in the markets.

But what are bear markets like? Is the last one far from the historical average? Given that US equities represent 60% of global equities and that they are highly correlated with the rest of the stock market environments, we will focus on this mainly.

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Equities Scare Millennials And This Is Bad News For That Generation

102 million millennials are living in the EU, which would represent 20% of its population, while the Baby Boomers assume a significantly higher weight (23.4%). If we focus on Spain, the millennial generation is as relevant as in the EU (18.7%)being Generation X the one that today acquires the most significant share (26.2%). Given its … Read more

Trading brokers in football

Advertising of Brokers in Soccer In recent years there has been a new player in the world of advertising in Spanish football: the contract for difference brokers (CFDs, for its acronym in English). But what are contracts for difference? They are financial derivatives in which the investor bets that the price of a certain asset … Read more

Winter Olympics Experiment Proves Crypto Is Not Ready For The Physical World (And May Never Be)

Although many people are not aware, these days the winter olympics are being held in beijingan event that should be historic for the Chinese capital and that is going unnoticed by the pandemic and the radical zero Covid policy that the Chinese authorities have been following for two years. Therefore, something that was expected to … Read more

What is a Stock Index?

A stock index is a calculated average of the prices of selected stocks that represent a particular market or sector. An index is like a ‘basket’ of stocks that provides a broad cross-section of an industry, sector or national economy. The collective performance of these stocks provides a good indication of the trends in the … Read more

Analyze companies only with the PER

The PER ratio (Price Earning Ratio) is probably the ratio most used by the investment community. It is obtained by relating the capitalization of a company to its profits or, what is the same, its price divided by earnings per share (EPS). If a company is listed at 100 euros and its EPS is 5 … Read more