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A tale of two pandemics and the importance of valuations

Those hoping for stellar gains in the US stock market in the post-COVID years may be disappointed. Its valuation is far less appealing now than it was at the end of the big pandemic of the 20th century, when it was pivotal to the “roaring” twenties.

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