The bull market from early 2009 into May 2015 looks just like every bubble in history. It follows the Masters and Johnson chart for the male orgasm – there’s a rise, a climax, and a sharp fall!
By Harry Dent (EconomyAndMarkets.com) – What follows is an edited ([ ]) and abridged (…) version of the original article to ensure a fast & easy read.
…Below is a comparison of the current bubble with the obvious bubble in stocks from late 1994 into early 2000 – the infamous tech bubble.
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