Data Chart Shows What sector is Responsible For Our Current Bull Market

(Last Updated On: October 9, 2018)

Data Visualization Shows What sector is Responsible For Our Current Bull Market

This visualization is great to show you where most money is being made in which market sector. As for the latest sector, you can clearly see it was Info Technology. Some call it FAANG which includes Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google. It also allows you to clearly see what sectors do well based on the changing regimes of global stock markets. I am very fascinated by this so it helps to know where to deploy capital for an optimal portfolio.


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