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Dshort The Mega Bear Graphs - We've Had A Big Bounce

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Not seen this one posted for awhile, we've clearly had a very large bounce compared to the others.

Although are there any graphs comparing the Dow from say when LTCM collapsed in 97/98 till now?

I think this bear market started at least several years before the timepoint given here.

Still it gives an indication about how long this is likely to drag on for, the Japanese still haven't turned the corner yet 2 decades after their crash.

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mega-bear-quartet-real-extended.gif

Not seen this one posted for awhile, we've clearly had a very large bounce compared to the others.

Although are there any graphs comparing the Dow from say when LTCM collapsed in 97/98 till now?

I think this bear market started at least several years before the timepoint given here.

Still it gives an indication about how long this is likely to drag on for, the Japanese still haven't turned the corner yet 2 decades after their crash.

that is a bit strange , for someone to have gone to all the trouble of mapping them all theyve got the main one (the S&P) completely wrong and it completely distorts the picture. Its inflation adjusted top was in 2000, so its been going for 11 years, secondly by missing out the beginning they are showing it about 15 to 20% higher than it actually is relevant to the others. Seems a strange mistake given its completely obvious, i cant imagine the graphics author isnt aware of this

Edited by Mary Cassatt

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