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THE WALL STREET-MAIN STREET DICHOTOMY



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Subsequent to The Great Financial Crisis of 2008, U.S. equity markets have marched higher for the better part of a decade. The “wall of worry” that bull markets inevitably climb has been tall and thick. Television pundits have coined the post-Recession run-up in asset prices many things, but perhaps the most apropos is, “the most hated bull market of all time.”

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