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How Does This Bull Market End?

Probably the same way it began.
Source: Bobby Yip / Reuters

Welcome to what is poised to be—by most counts—the longest bull market on record in the United States.

For roughly 3,453 days the S&P 500 has been on a . To many, these prolonged gains are unambiguously good news, particularly when combined with an economy that is strong and stable—which this one

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