There’s Reason to Celebrate This Summer: The Bull Market Turns 10 Years Old



This is now officially the longest bull market in the 90-year history of the S&P 500. That makes this bull market twice as old as the average bull market. This is all very exciting, but listen to Ric Edelman explain why you might be doing something wrong if you’re not enjoying this economic opportunity and prosperity.

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