The global stock market has been on fire in the past year. Most of the major indices around the world like the S&P 500, Hang Seng Index and Nikkei 225 have all gained 10% in the past 12 months, and even normally “boring” markets like Korea and Singapore have gained significantly since 2016. But, there are signs in the economy that may suggest that this bullish run may not have much juice left in it. Here, we discuss 4 signs that investors around the world should heed before putting more money into the stock market.

We’re About 1 Month Away from the Longest Bull Market in History

In August of this year, the S&P 500 will have had its longest bullish run in its history. After hitting bottom on March 9th of 2009, the stock market has soared over 300% for 113 months. Now, it is only about 1