The Nasdaq Composite closed the worst GDP quarter in modern history up 31%, which is the second-highest quarterly gain ever. And, oh, the highest ever gain was 35% in, well, the first quarter of 2000. There are some who actually recall what happened next: a 70% crash by October 2002. Of course, the Nasdaq’s all-time closing […]
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