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These are truly days of wine and roses for stock market investors.
After being knocked down in the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s and again during the financial crisis of 2008, long-term investors are being rewarded for their persistence and dedication as stocks surge higher, breaking record after record.
In fact, this bull market turned 4 years old in March and is showing no signs of letting up.
Historically, the average bull market has lasted 4 1/2 years. In and of itself, this means little; for instance, the 1990s bull market lasted nearly seven years without a major correction.
But according to my research, there are three distinct signs that make me think this bull market may be ending soon. Here's what you need to know. Continue reading "3 Factors That Could Soon Derail The Bull Market"