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What’s unusual about this bubble and whether it matters

Unlike most bubbles, this one hasn’t been accompanied, at least so far, by obvious signs of high and rising leverage. On the other hand, the share of funds invested in ‘passive’ products is now much higher than in prior bubbles. This Update considers how these distinctions affect the outlook for the US stock market.

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