The smart bears market isn’t just a fun way to invest, it’s a smart way to watch the market.
It’s not about the bulls, the bears are smart enough to know that the smart bears aren’t interested in buying the stocks and bonds the bulls want to buy.
This is because bears can’t buy and sell stocks and bond ETFs.
In fact, bears cannot even trade them.
The bears simply wait for their bear market to return and then buy them all at once.
That’s the smart bear market.
The smart market has been on the upswing for more than a decade.
It started as a way for investors to trade stocks and mutual funds.
But the smart market became the first truly global stock market.
Now the smart stocks are taking off and the smart bond ETF is making big gains.
And the smart ETFs are doing well too.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by more than 700 points, or almost 3%, on Monday to 21,058.
The S&P 500 added more than 1% to hit an all-time high.
The Nasdaq Composite added more inbound gains, or about 0.4%.
ETFs like Vanguard Total Stock Market and Vanguard Total Bond Market were up more than 2% each.
And stocks are still up.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index is up more on average than any other benchmark index.
The average gain in stocks has been about 12% over the past year.
But that gains have mostly been driven by the tech and tech-related sectors of the stock market like tech companies, telecoms, and healthcare.
That could change.
In the coming weeks, there are several new ETFs, including those from the Vanguard Group, that could bring some much needed new investors to the smart stock market in 2018.
Vanguard Total Market, for example, is offering up to $250 billion in high-quality bonds.
The fund, founded in 2005, has more than $5 trillion under management.
That makes it the biggest high-end fund on the planet.
Vanguard also has some good news for investors.
The index rose more than 7% on Monday as investors began to rally around the announcement that Apple would merge with Amazon.
The deal could boost the market even more as the two companies have a history of sharing data.
Vanguard will also offer a stock market index called S&p 500 High Yield.
The investment company has about $1 trillion under its mattress and plans to buy up to 5% of companies, or companies that trade in the S&P 500, and use the money to buy more of their own stock.
The new fund is not cheap, but it could be a game changer for investors who don’t have the money for a fund that doesn’t offer a lot of protection.
“It’s not going to be cheap, it will be expensive, but if it’s the right combination of both the ETF and the index, you’ll see a big rise,” said David Berenson, a managing director at Berenman Associates.
“The market is really starting to mature.”
Investors are taking the plunge The market has begun to rally.
The SPDR S&apd 100 index, up more about 12.8% in 2017, has rallied nearly 6% since then.
The Russell 2000 has gained an astounding 14.2% since March of last year.
The CBOE Volatility index, which tracks the spread between the price of two closely held stocks, has surged nearly 19% over that time.
Vanguard’s fund has seen a big boost from the SAC ETF, which is up almost 20% since the fund was launched in 2009.
The ETFs have also helped to boost the SBC Index, which has risen more than 25% in the past two years.
“Volatility is definitely going to start to come down, and it’s going to pick up over the next few years,” Berenstein said.
Investors are still holding their ground.
Vanguard has seen some gains this year, but that hasn’t kept the stock from going up in value.
The value of the ETF is $3.6 trillion and the SSPY is up about 7% over last year, making it the second-largest ETF in the world.
But many investors are not buying the ETFs right now.
In August, the SPDR 50 Index, the index for smaller companies, fell about 4% after its rally earlier this year.
And in September, the SIPC dropped 6.4% as investors took advantage of the strong dollar and the rise of the U.S. dollar.
Investors haven’t seen the same kind of surge in the index of companies that they did in the beginning of the year.
“I think investors will be waiting for some longer to take the plunge,” Barenson said.
“And that’s the biggest challenge for me is that I think