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Robert Dillon

hi, Loved your article comparing the 5 old charts of the S&P to today's S&P. I would have liked to see you bring in year 1998. Very similar and it had a subprime problem back then. In 1998, from mid-July to early October, the S&P lost 22%. I wonder if we are heading down some more for today's market. The downtrend is still in place and we have not crossed the 50-dma for me to become outright bullish. Bob

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