S&P 500 not affected by rising interest rates

By: PRLog
PETALING JAYA, Malaysia - Feb. 12, 2018 - PRLog -- The Bull Run on the American stock exchanges appear to have no end in sight. Furthermore recent analysis, by Dr. Peter Achutha, shows that the S&P 500 may not be affected by interest rates going up.

He has published his predictions for the NYSE and the NASDAQ at http://drpetersnews.com/NASDAQ-and-S&P-500-predictions-from-2016-to-2021.php.

He says that "It appears that before the internet existed high interest rates would have encouraged people to keep money in the bank instead of investing in the stock markets. After share trading through internet brokers became much easier, many people began to speculate. This is the reason why the S&P 500 has reached new heights. The trading volumes have multiplied by 30 to 300 times more after the internet online trading became available."

His analysis is shown at his web page at http://drpetersnews.com/comparison-of-indices-DJI-S&P-500-NYSE-NASDAQ-and-interest-rates.php. He shows the analysis and how interest rates appear not to have affected S&P 500 index after August 2004. He asks whether there should be a very minor tax on each trade.

For more information please refer to his website at http://drpetersnews.com/.

Peter Publishing

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