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San Fran Sam

Since a ten year return is measuring back from 1997-1998, and the SP500 peaked in 2000, my guess is that the ten year return will continue to decline or at least not rise until 2010/2011. Those years being the ten year anniversary of the decline from the tech bubble peak.


add to this the decline vs gold or on a EUR basis, and you can make a fine argument that there was a hidden bear market since 2000

Charles Longfellow

I observe that the scale on the bottom of graph seems to space 3 years, and then randomly create a 2 year space. Is this deliberate? Why would the graph distort in this way?

John Bollinger

How about updating this?


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