It is interesting, but I think their is some pain coming for the market. It has hovered near all time highs for a year or so, and there has been very little growth to justify the valuations. I think it's a classic TINA effect- There is No Alternative. You can't get a decent return in safe invest like T bills, the Fed has used QE and low interest rates to spur the economy will very little effect, and have instead creating a huge misallocation of assets into Real Estate, stocks and bonds. Have you noticed the 10 year is over 2% for the first time since March? Recall where the market was in March?It's bouncing around as usual, but the trend is definitely, and strongly, up.
After 8 years of floundering around, the recovery begins.