- Why this bull market is not like the 1990s tech bubble
Sure, the run-up in domestic shares that just turned 5 years old is starting to match the Internet stock rally of 15 years ago when it comes to its speed. But that's where most of the resemblances end.
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Are you worried that the current bull market will go the way of the 1990s tech rally?
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- Yes. Valuations are rising too fast.
- No. It's a very different situation.
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