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Timebomb

Too Much Bubble-Love... Likely To Bring Regret

By David Scott | Monday 5 February 2018


 


If history is any guide, the good times are about to end for the U.S. stock market and it’s been one of the longest-running bull markets ever. Over nearly nine years, or 105 months, the S&P 500 has returned 368 percent (including dividends). That’s the second-longest bull market the U.S. has ever seen… just behind the nearly 9.5 year-long, or 113 months, bull market that started in 1990. You can see the S&P 500’s past bull markets in the table below… it shows the date they began, their overall return and how long each lasted. On average since 1926, bull markets have lasted for 54 months, and resulted in returns of 160 percent.

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