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The importance of market valuations

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  1. Market-watchers refer to a broad, long-term trend as secular. A secular bull market is a several-year period when the prevailing tendency is for rising valuations. A bear market, of course, is one where stocks fall. Back
  2. Source: finance.yahoo.com Back
  3. Source: FactSet Back
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