How to Tell the Difference Between ‘Cyclical’ Companies and ‘Secular’ Companies

Cyclical companies are sensitive to economic cycles and their stocks outperform the market when the economy is doing well and underperform when the market is doing poorly. Secular companies generally underperform when the economy is strong and overperform when the economy is weak.

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