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Here’s How 33 Markets Performed Since The 2009 Low

For long-time CNBC watchers, you no doubt remember the now deceased Mark Haynes saying 10 years ago, on the morning of March 10th 2009, that it felt like a bottom and that he thought this rally had legs. It didn’t hurt that the S&P 500 put in a devilish low of 666 the day before. There’s no telling what could have happened if that had been breached. All of a sudden, there it was: an up month of 8.5% in March 2009, Q2 of 2009 clocking in at +15%, and gains of +26% for . . .


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