Table: Emerging Market Bull vs Bear Market Dates (Mobius Blog)
Franklin Templeton Investments’ Mark Mobius has written that from his studies of emerging market stock markets, he has found that their bull markets have generally lasted longer than their bear markets. Moreover, emerging market bull markets have tended to go up more in percentage terms than bear markets went down.
To read the whole article, On Market Corrections, and Keeping a Calm Head, go to the Mobius Blog on the website of Franklin Templeton Investments.
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