US set to hit longest bull market in history

Market on an upward trend since 2009

Beth Brearley
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Hargreaves Lansdown looks at the performance of the S&P 500 over the past decade with the US set to mark the longest bull market run in history.

Hargreaves Lansdown looks at the performance of the S&P 500 over the past decade with the US set to mark the longest bull market run in history. Today the US stock market will hit a major milestone, registering the longest bull market in its history (barring a double digit fall between now and then).  The UK stock market has also been strong since 2009, though its bull run has been broken by a bear market in 2015 and into 2016, but this was relatively short-lived and perhaps is better viewed as a major correction.  The UK looks much more reasonably valued than the US right now howe...

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