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Jeremy Siegel: 'Once the Market Has Fallen 50%, Your Future Returns Are Even Better'

"U.S. stocks raised eyebrows this week and last, closing higher in six of seven trading days, including four in a row from March 10 to 13.But how does the market look for the longer term? In an interview with [email protected], Wharton finance professor Jeremy J. Siegel says he was pleased to see consecutive gains after so many declines. He adds that history provides lots of evidence that stocks remain good long-term investments, especially when they are down 50% from their peak..."
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