Longest Bull Run in History!!! What Could Go Wrong???

08/26/201839 Comments

Let's party like it's 1999! No, better yet, let's party like it's 2018!

What? Haven't you heard the news? The US stock market bull run of 2009-2018 has just surpassed the dotcom bubble era (1990-2000) to become the longest bull market in American history. It was March 9, 2009 when the market finally bottomed out after the Lehman crisis. That was the day that the S&P 500 hit precisely 666 (nothing to see here, conspiritards!). From that day on, both the S&P and the Dow have been on an uninterrupted upward trend, hitting all-time record high after all-time record high. For those keeping track at home, that's 3,453 days of uninterrupted gains as of last Wednesday.

To put that number in perspective, the previous longest-ever period of rising markets lasted 3,452 days, from October 12, 1990, to March 24, 2000. You might remember the latter half of that bull run as the dotcom bubble, which came to a crashing halt when people finally realized that websites like Webvan (look it up) weren't quite worth their billion-dollar valuations. In other words, the last bull run was a big, fat, festering bubble inflated by hype and greed and "irrational exuberance," and it came to a messy end that wiped out many people's savings.

But that was so last century, right guys? It's different this time! . . . Right?

Well, wrong, of course. But what's the real story, and what's coming next? Find out in this week's edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber. For full access to the subscriber newsletter, and to support this website, please become a member.

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  1. n4x5 says:

    Check out the latest episode of MacroVoices EuroDollar University. I’d be lying if I said I understood all (or even most) of the discussion, but I think one can glean enough to make it worthwhile. Jeff Snider makes it clear that the US and European economies have not recovered at all since 2008 and that the blame lies with the central banks.

    If there is any silver lining to all this, I believe it’s that the institution of central banking has suffered a huge loss of credibility in the mind of the average person since the last crisis. One can hope that when the next crisis inevitably arrives, it will be all but completely discredited.

  2. n4x5 says:

    Regarding the Cody Wilson interview, notice that the video was uploaded in late July. On August 1, the file repository on the site was shut down in compliance with a federal ruling.

  3. ztaco says:

    Has anyone watched the Explanation of the Evidence at the Pentagon on 9/11? I’m not too familiar with the whole Pentagon part of 9/11, so I was wondering if the series of videos provided in the link showed anything new or “mind-blowing” about the topic. It’s amazing to see people still grinding away trying to know the truth.

    • dubrey says:


      You may want to search for “Christopher Bollyn” or “James Fetzer” on YouTube or other media for some answers to your questions about the Pentagon, regarding 9/11. The basics? The official story promotes the hypothesis that 10 pounds of “stuff”, to put in nicely, will fit in a 5 pound bag. It doesn’t. Good luck.

      • pearl says:

        “The official story promotes the hypothesis that 10 pounds of ‘stuff’, to put in nicely, will fit in a 5 pound bag. It doesn’t.”

        Silly, of course it does!


        • manbearpig says:

          Well, yea, ok then. That explains everything.

          just put’em downside, then upside…

          In fact, ya just have to go and Stuff it!…

          (20 hamburgers ok…possible… but the DRINK!?!

          That was Definately controlled demolition!…)

          • manbearpig says:

            The pancake theory is actually the Hamburger packing theory:

            “…just keep forcin’ it down with layers as long as it’s flat…”


            Thanks so much Pearl for this. This I can grasp.

            It all makes so much more sense explained this way!

      • ztaco says:

        Went and researched and found this article https://isgp-studies.com/911-no-plane-at-pentagon-promoters#richard-gage which CALLS OUT JAMES CORBETT and his 9/11 beliefs. Please can someone explain this and prove to me that James Corbett and others aren’t wrong (or lying) about 9/11? I would hate for all the info I learned from James to be incorrect

        • Duck says:

          Why should you need proof of anything from anyone here?
          Corbett posts his links for the most part to show why he is saying what he is saying…you can and should judge what the sources value is yourself.
          He even says himself not to trust what he says , or what anyone else says, but to look and decide for yourself…..true I am often lazy and take his word for it but thats just me ‘being lazy’ lol.
          It makes sense not to put too much faith in any one person because the whole 9/11 thing has become a very good example of disinformation and psychology being used to get people separated into various clubs or teams and fight each other.
          Personally I think his ‘9/11 a conspiracy theory’ is THE SINGLE BEST starter on the whole subject because
          it shows that whatever actually happened the official story IS DEMONSTRABLY wrong according to even the official sources that hold it up…. his ‘9/11 Trillions Follow The Money’ is pretty good too, but honestly, while I think he is a ‘truthy’ sort of person he cant possibly know or be right about everything (IMO he’s pretty good) .
          Honestly I think he as on the right track with “follow the money” since the physical evidence has been so skunked where as (like Mae brussell said about the keneddy assasination) SOME people must have gotten SOMETHINGS that they wouldnt have gotten otherwise…the evidence of financial crimes is a lot easier to paint in black and white and harder to skunk by AstroTurfing a dozen different ideas and theories until no one can agree like the ACTUAL attacks have been.
          Also… I was lazy and just scanned thru the article but I couldnt easily see where they mentioned him. TBH I am not an exert so I dont know enough to comment on it otherwise.

          • ztaco says:

            There’s lots of knowledge on this website so I wanted to hear people’s opinions on it. The article I shared provides tons of information that’s well-documented that goes against Corbett and some of the people he’s been associated with. The website of the article also provides more info on topics that contradicts more of what Corbett shares. I love Corbett and his fanbase, so I just want to hear what they have to say. I feel so lost hearing two sides of the same story that aren’t MSM and that contradict each other, especially involving someone i’ve been following for so long in Corbett.

            • alaska says:

              Is there no other article on this site where you could post these backlinks? I’m not saying this is incorrect information but rather that it is suspect to post on a MARKET BULL RUN current events article 17 years after 9/11 on a website run by a prominent 9/11 Truther who has posted pertinent 9/11 articles at least a decade old with comments enabled.

        • mkey says:

          What kind of source is that? I have personally never heard of that website and, simply by reading the James Corbett entry, I get a strong feeling the author is rather prone to jump to conclusions.

          Which doesn’t mean he’s incorrect in his reporting but it does make me less interested into delving any deeper.

        • manbearpig says:

          Don’t have time to do this properly as late late late for the hamster wheel as usual but here goes:

          The author of your linked piece has a particular affinity for the “Guilt by association”, “ad hominem” and “strawman” fallacies to say the least,

          so because Mr Corbett prefers to discuss the colossal hole in the Pentagon budget

          rather than speculating about the alleged “physical evidence” of the hole in the building itself

          and saying that

          -because Mr Corbett does not believe that Hani Hanjour could have performed the navigational manoeuver piloting the plane into the pentagon as he’s purported to have done

          -and because Mr Corbett has given a platform to Kirby denouncing Chemtrails

          -and to those who denounce the AGW hype

          -and those who debate the “Pizzagate” issue

          that Mr Corbett is a (wait for it!) “Climate Change Denier” and “Chemtrails Disinformer”

          and that he (the author) must place Mr Corbett into the “No Plane” theorists category even though, as the author himself admits, Mr Corbett never actually said anything to that effect.

          Moreover, the author provides precisely NO evidence that contradicts Mr Corbett’s vast body of painstaking work.

          So naturally, you conclude that Mr Corbett’s lying or wrong about 9/11 and that

          “ALL the info you learned from James (is) incorrect”

          oy vay…

          • manbearpig says:


            “So naturally, you conclude that Mr Corbett’s lying or wrong about 9/11 and that

            “ALL the info you learned from James (is) incorrect”

            Sorry, let me rectify this,

            “So naturally, based on the baseless or irrelevant allegations of above author, you conclude that Mr Corbett MAY BE lying or wrong about 9/11 and that, as you put it

            “all the infor you learned from James to be incorrect”.

        • zyxzevn says:

          I can blow up the story even more.

          From the information from pilotsfor911truth,
          You can see that the airplanes are not behaving as normal.
          The routes are strange. They move too fast.
          The pentagon plane is too agile, and impossible to
          fly with a big airplane (circling down exactly at the right spot).
          The remains can be identified as coming from different airplanes.
          The passengers and pilots were capable of fighting.
          The transponder goes off and on again.
          And more..

          I think that the best explanation is that the planes have been
          switched with military versions. The transponders are easy
          to switch. And the planes have been out of public radar space
          together with other planes.
          These planes can easily be controlled with an AWACS, which
          has indeed been observed near the pentagon
          (according to AlienScientist)

          The military versions have special engines to fly faster and
          are strong enough to tear to steel (or prepared) beams.
          The pentagon version is likely to be a more agile, probably a
          smaller version.
          The video has been deleted/edited at the exact frame where this
          would show.

          As we are not talking about the original planes anymore,
          but about military versions, there are many possibilities
          for the pentagon airplane.

          That the military is involved is clear from their lack of response,
          the disabling of the pentagon anti-air system, and the
          hijacking exercises that were taking place.
          Also in these videos and the AlienScientist’s videos.

          There were survivors at the Pentagon. A few people were covered
          in kerosine, but it did not start burning. Source: Airplane
          investigation (pentagon).
          Kerosine does not burn well, unless it is spread out in the air.
          It may be possible that this kerosine has been placed there
          before the impact.

          The flying of the pentagon plane was very difficult.
          A tomahawk is a very small drone airplane, but it is not
          necessary to use that. It would be too obvious.
          The automatic flying system of the tomahawk is very
          advanced though, and a similar system might have been used.
          A well trained remote flyer might do it with a light
          agile airplane too.

          The airplane must have been prepared to go through the
          reinforced wall of the pentagon. Unless the wall had been prepared.
          A plane had flown into the WTC before and it did not do much.

          Usually planes do not do well with steel and/or concrete walls.
          The walls can often do more damage to the plane than the
          plane to the wall. Because steel is stronger than aluminum.
          But weak walls can be entered with not many problems.
          We see that in the Bijlmer disaster, where a plane flies into
          a 4(?) story concrete building, just after take-off.
          Military planes have titanium fronts to withstand small bullets,
          so they may be strong enough to severely damage steel.

          The idea of drone-airplanes and fake hijackings is not new.
          It is in the CIA Cuban invasion plan:
          Operation Westwood
          (part 7,8,9)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I have an excellent history of being a 9/11 Activist, helping with many, many events and actions, and our group giving out more than 70,000 DVDs to individuals.

      I once followed the Pentagon debate.
      911blogger, at one time, had mountains of threads, with vicious statements being hurled and people being banned.
      In my opinion, the arguing helped to divide and fracture many 9/11 advocates.

      My advice…
      No matter what your take on the Pentagon, don’t let it be the foundational emotional element regarding the 9/11 Cover-up.
      Everyone has the right to their own ideas and opinion.

      Data and information is fine.
      Emotional upset about the topic accomplishes nothing constructive.

      • ztaco says:

        See, these are exactly the replies I was looking for. Cognitive dissonance is a hell of a thing and it was really affecting me with the article I shared. I know that the big picture is just to realize there’s a conspiracy, and not to be too knit-picky about it, but this man’s website has some of the deepest and well-researched articles i’ve seen in a while. Obviously I can see the emotion and possible biases in his writings, but we can’t be ignorant to all the info provided. All i’m trying to do is show some “truth” I found on an obscure website that contradicts Corbett and some people he’s associated with. I wanted to share it to see if the smart people on this website can help put the puzzle pieces together, but if the Bull Run article isn’t the best place for this discussion then I can bring it up another time. Thanks for the replies!

        • pearl says:

          Actually, ztaco, since James included the series on the Pentagon evidence in this issue of the newsletter, which prompted your research, I don’t see that your bringing up your concerns here was out of place at all. If such rules as “staying strictly on topic” were to be enforced, the lively, always thought-provoking spirit of this place would be frustrated and fade away.

        • Rooster_Ninja says:

          In an attempt to answer your original question, yes the video series is worth a watch. I’m 6 in and have already had a lot of misinformed ideas that I held about what happened at the pentagon dispelled.

          Only 100+ views for the series?!?! Hopefully that will climb up.

          Thanks for the link James!

          I can’t hardly wait for the Alaska U analysis on WTC7; so nervous that “something” might happen to that report…

  4. mkey says:

    John McCain’s death is a metaphor for the death of the old Republican Party

    Insane McCain is no longer. Anyone taking bets over the topic of the next podcast?

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      James absolutely refuses to kowtow to the topic-de-jour.
      You should know that!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I am so out of the loop.
      Thanks mkey.
      I didn’t know that McCain died.
      In fact, I had to search to see who Stormy Daniels was this morning, because I saw some kind of news headline when I opened my computer.

      It’s funny. These soap opera characters who get headlines really don’t interest me that much.

      • mkey says:

        She has the potential to be better known than good ole oval office kneels a lot Monica.

  5. FlyingAxblade says:

    Who will replace McCain? and can I start drinking Coors again?

    • mkey says:

      I’m not much into politics, but it does appear these parties are getting on short supply of obvious psychopaths.

  6. taxpayer says:

    For those of us who do not believe history started the day we were born (or are old enough that this does not apply), Fidelity Investments (a relatively reputable firm, as such things go), tells us of the bull market that lasted about 25 years, from 1942 to 1968. Details at https://www.fidelity.com/static/dcle/welcome/documents/Fidelity_End_Secular_Bear_Market_Jan13.pdf
    None of which contradicts the point that a bear market is coming sometime, maybe soon.

  7. mkey says:

    Russian trolls are spreading anti-vaccine myths on Twitter, reveals study

    “The vast majority of Americans believe vaccines are safe and effective, but looking at Twitter gives the impression that there is a lot of debate,” said David Broniatowski, an assistant professor at GW.

    Blind belief makes something true, you don’t say?

    They discovered several accounts, now known to belong to the same Russian trolls who interfered in the U.S. election, as well as marketing and malware bots, had tweeted misinformation about vaccines.

    Those same Russians for which there is zero proof, I’d wager.

  8. manbearpig says:

    yeeessssss… yeeeessssss… Maaaagic…

    Debt is prosperity,

    The Twin Towers fzll from fires,

    Multi-billion-year old Climate change cycles have suddenly been altered by man-made C02

    There’ve always always been contrail grids in the sky

    The UN never uses tetanus vaccines to sterilize women

    Fluroide is very good for you in high doses

    His head could be seen to move violently forward… yeeessss, fooorward…

    and 96 members of the Polish government were killed in an accidental plane crash that was unfortunately completely accidental…

    Now I’m going to watch an informative award-winning Disney documentary about lemmings…

  9. manbearpig says:

    Now, on a more scholarly note,

    I’d say the operative word in the title of this article is most probably


  10. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Great article.
    I just love it when Corbett talks about the markets.

  11. zyxzevn says:

    Interview: The Social Media Regulation Psyop
    James Corbett on The Last American Vagabond


    Funny: The FilterNet and Shitternet

  12. pearl says:

    I’m making a dent in the Explanation of Evidence on the Pentagon video series (very slow going; it’s pretty dry). Can the credibility of the entire 9/11 truth community ever recover from what appears to have been damning disinfo? I imagine this has gottta be sending seismic waves, affecting all those who’ve been doing the heavy lifting.

  13. HomeRemedySupply says:

    August 28, 2018
    Mike Maloney – The Uncanny Stock Ratio
    The graphs in this 6 minute video really help to tell the story.

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    What? Me worry?

    No way.
    The Congressional Budget Office has decided that the next recession the U.S. will have is going to be in the year 2029.

    Mike Maloney – September 4, 2018

  15. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Sept 25, 2018
    Mike Maloney End Of The Global Real Estate Boom – Australia Braces For Impact

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