Animal Instinct: Bull and bear statues are outside Frankfurt’s stock exchange in Germany. Reuters
Animal Instinct: Bull and bear statues are outside Frankfurt’s stock exchange in Germany. Reuters

It has been 10 years since equity markets bottomed out after the global financial crisis in 2009. That means that the post-crisis bull market is 120 months old.

This has triggered some worry that it has run for too long.

Old Mutual Multi-Managers chief investment strategist Dave Mohr joined Business Day TV to discuss the bull market and what investors can learn from it.

Old Mutual Multi-Managers chief investment strategist Dave Mohr talks to Business Day TV about the long-term effects of the financial crisis

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