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History of the US Bear Bull markets since 1926 (or why it always seems to take forever for a bear market to come along or why am I always losing money betting on the next bear market)

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@andysinclair, it is interesting isn't, the similarities in the % Total Return for each bull run caught my eye. 

I got it as a picture grab off twitter with no other doc but a google image search shows it has been used in a number of articles listed on this search page linked.

https://www.google.com/search?tbs=sbi:AMhZZivngIVPNNKLGBy8xzCAc7rh8OAPLDuzIYwYrukQD_1-LE4McEEdGAfCVy_1nM5Sp6dH0wV9pZnyvHGDRLScqe9Z3TVVKxglhuDWz1ritdAkjpJEZsRh4o1aprKK0iVxupcXFgheVTje3_1kYjzAreJi1y8MMjKi0vHiX5nQyJqIfeuOr_1lXplEdwdQ4oSHuEQRlImpCm224GL9CqaL5sRfLMO2IVo7Ak3hcEqjVCynTTfpC2WejG-nX4vw5HtPpIlG8rKf8wG1rx1GLiMSdLccVRKBD1LIAUibJcgj8JpaL_1hGArjbvglFHnqjkRmDWM-_1CHyXCt5u

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That's right @TrendFollower, a long slow hard grind upward followed by a short sharp correction when it's considered the run has been over extended. A pattern which is repeated like a fractal in all the lower time frames, the market always overshoots, both in the bull phase and the bear phase.

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