There has been only one mini-correction, with the S&P 500 down 5.8% from May 21 through June 24. Fears that the current bull market (2009-?) might be tracking the previous one (2003-2007) have abated as stock prices rose to new record highs this year, surpassing the previous record peak on October 9, 2007, rather than starting a bear market, as they did after the market peaked on that day in 2007.Finally, US stocks are smoking hot compared to most international markets, save Japan. Behold!
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