What goes down must come up: Lessons in mean reversion

April 15, 2014

Five years ago the S&P 500 bottomed out at an index level of roughly 676. Since the March 2009 low, its gained almost 180% - not including dividends. In the aftermath of a global stock market plunge, does a strong rebound make sense? Read the full Crisis Commentary from Sadiq S. Adatia, Chief Investment Officer, SLGI today.