On June 4th the S&P got as low as 1266 as the European debt crisis was looming large. From there we climbed the wall of worry to the amazement of most investors. And by September 14th the S&P got as high as 1474 intraday before closing at 1465.
Now we've enjoyed a slate of stronger economic reports from ISM Mfg and Services to clearly more positive reads on the job market (now at the lowest unemployment rate since 2008).
So are we ready to take on 1500?
Why or why not?
Let's here what you have to say.
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