What are Market Cycles?
How Do Market Cycles Work?
In a quantitative sense, market cycles are visible in price movements that rise, fall, and return to their point of origin. In a qualitative sense, market cycles are periods of innovation within specific industries. The stock and earnings of companies in these industries tend to outperform the market during such periods.
For example, the business cycle -- during which an economy expands, contracts, and recovers -- is a prime illustration of a market cycle. Another example would be bond market, which experiences gains and losses in response to cyclical interest-rate