Stock markets in the United States are currently down over 80 percent since January.
In Canada, however, the S&P/TSX Composite has gained over 100 percent over the same period.
The S&P/ASX 500 has also gained over 10 percent, according to data from the Interactive Brokers Inc. (IBMI) market intelligence service.
The S&p/TSIX has risen nearly 100 percent since November, the same time that the S+P/NASDAQ Composite has fallen about 20 percent.
In contrast, the TSX has gained about 100 percent during this period, according the report.
In comparison, the index is up more than 8 percent during the same five-year period.
In fact, the NASDAQ is up 7.7 percent during that same time period, and the S-P/Q Composite has been up more nearly 13 percent.
According to the report, the current rally is the largest since January 2017.
However, the rally may be nearing its end, as the SCCE has been selling off stocks for more than a month.
The index has lost nearly 1,500 companies since January 17.
The Canadian stock market is currently trading at around $19.75, down roughly 40 percent from its January peak of $27.80.
This means that over the past five years, the market has lost more than $300 billion in value, according this report.
The stock market crash could end up costing the Canadian economy as much as $3.2 trillion, according analysts at the National Bank of Canada.
Canadian stock market stock markets, however are relatively safe.
For example, the stock market indexes tend to be well diversified, with stocks ranging from tech stocks to large international companies, according Bloomberg.
In terms of volatility, the Canadian stock markets are not as volatile as the US markets, where the SAC Composite is down about 50 percent since the start of the year.
The NASDAQ Composite, on the other hand, is down more than 6 percent over that same period, while the SAAX, SCC, SVC, SAC and S+A composite are up about 6.4 percent, as well.
The NASDAQ has been gaining about 12 percent during 2017.
The American markets have been recovering and the Nasdaq has been down more like 10 percent over this time.
The Nasdaq is now up about 7.6 percent.