In the short-term trade, we usually assume that the market would randomly move up or move down. However, long-term market behavior tends to be positive.
In the last 10 years, the average daily market return is 0.05%, which is significantly higher than the average daily market return since 1950, which is 0.03%.
This difference implies an abnormally wide spread between average daily market drift and risk-free rate in the last ten years. The only way to normalize the abnormality of this spread is an interest rate increase or market decrease.
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