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As you’ve probably heard by now, the stock market now finds itself in this, the ninth year of the current bull market dating back to the end of the 2008-2009 financial crisis.

As far as history repeating itself, the data suggests that these cycles typically last only about six years or so.

But if that weren’t enough to start making investors nervous, interest rates are now starting to tick back up again.  Read More…


  1. Getting nervous? Just diversify in mutual funds and go back to sleep.

  2. We could be in for another bull run for 2018 but after that I doubt markets will still trend upward.

  3. What are some quality picks for stocks should I begin my research with? Thanks in advance!

  4. What goes up must come down. We've been having it good in TSX for some time. It's time for the bear to return.

  5. For me i am just collecting dividend income from more stable stocks. They tend to wear the storm quite well.

  6. So if interest rates are starting to rise does this mean bank account interests will rise too? I remember when banks gave 4% routinely.

  7. The article talks about making use of optional puts. That's an interesting strategy. Never thought of doing that. Maybe because I have never tried puts/calls before. Will give it a try.

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