The 10-Year-Old Bull Market Is at Risk as It Looks Like the Bears Are Coming out of Hibernation

The bull market turned 10 years of age on Saturday, March 9. Despite last week’s declines due to fears of a global economic slowdown, the major indexes are still up to start 2019. The Dow Jones Industrial is up 9.20 percent, while the S&P 500 is 9.66 percent higher and the Nasdaq...
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