“In a normal rebound, Americans would be witnessing a flurry of hiring, new investment and lending, and buoyant growth. But the U.S. economy remains comatose a full year and a half after the recession ended.”
TIME Magazine, September 28, 1992
The following ten years the S&P 500 grew from 417 to 827 points (approximately 98%)1
1S&P 500 Composite Index 9/28/1992 – 9/28/2002
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