Everything once happens for the first time. So the decade that ended recently was, according to Bank of America, the first in 160 years, during which the US economy did not spend a month in recession. All 120 months without exception in the growth mode. Even in the super-strong market of the 1980-1990s, recession months occurred (their number is shown in orange). Will the inertia last long to maintain such a pace? Nobody knows this, but for the current year, apparently, should be enough.