Weekend Edition: The Next 90 Seconds Will Make or Break Your Profits
The S&P 500 launched itself into the record books Wednesday by closing at 2,861.82 points and, in doing so, became the longest bull run in recorded market history since WWII. It’s up a staggering 298.56% from lows put in on March 6, 2009. Every $1,000 invested would be worth around $4,189 today. As impressive as that is, many of the stocks we follow and I recommend are doing considerably better. And if you haven’t been following along? Don’t worry. I have you covered for the next big run… and the run after that, too!
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