Gee, this chart looks familiar . . .



Stock Investors Lose Faith, Pull Out Record Amounts
WSJ, DECEMBER 22, 2008

Category: Digital Media, Investing, Markets

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5 Responses to “100 Year Dow”

  1. jmborchers says:

    Why is QID $59 Bid Ask?

    Did the credit swaps it has blow up? I thought this might happened and this is why I never owned the fund.

  2. jmborchers says:

    Ah distrib, I see it.

  3. Fredex says:

    The implication is that we are, at best, halfway through this bear.

  4. DP says:

    Interesting that 29-42 is the only secular bear market that wiped out the gains of the previous bull market.

  5. Dow says:

    DP…let’s wait and see what the next 5 years bring. History has a way of rhyming as they say.