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S&P 500: Correction or Bear Market Beginning?



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The S&P 500 is now essentially flat over the past two years. The market has seen three 10% drawdowns in a little over a year, after not having had an official correction in the prior two years. Where does this leave the markets in context of the post-recession bull market? And, given recent recession concerns, how does the market compare to other recessionary bear markets, and if we do go into recession, what can we expect?


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