The slow-but-steady recovery of the US economy has led to 3,453 days of gains, making US history for a bull market. Missing countless panic attacks from investors who were scared from previous crises, the bull market continued to press forward. Each moment of anxiety could not derail the rise of the economy and industry profits that have helped construct Wall Street’s record-breaking stretch. If you are considering relocating for the perfect job, contact Jobs Across the World. It doesn’t matter where you or the company is located. All international resumes are welcome.
Financial strategists have said they see few signs that suggest the end to the run is near. Chairman and chief investment officer, David Kotok, agrees. He says healthy corporate profits could raise the S&P 500 to 3,000 before the end of the year. Bull markets end in recessions; they do not die of old age according to Kurt Spieler of First National Bank of Omaha. The team at Jobs Across the World is committed to helping employers and job seekers connect for the perfect match. Contact them today.