Daily Close Was Higher Than Daily Open
Average Annual S&P 500 Index Gain/Loss, Next 10 Years (Left Scale)
ERP on 01/04/19
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S&P 500 Index Intraday Price Range
Source: LPL Research, FactSet 01/04/19
200-Day Simple Moving Average
S&P 500 Price-to-Earnings Ratio, Last 12 Months (Right Scale, Inverted)
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