The 2010s represented the longest-ever period of sustained, uninterrupted economic growth and associated market gains. With shrinking unemployment, growing average household wealth, and increasing income disparity – driven by the most activist Federal Reserve in history – the stock market climbed to historic highs and the housing market was resuscitated, as bond yields declined to all-time lows. The economy has experienced 110 months of sequential job gains thus far, and unemployment has reached a 50-year low.
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