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Bear Market Losses Officially Erased

April 9, 2012, 1:53 pm

As of last week, the dividend-adjusted Wilshire 5000 is higher than its last bull market high on October 9, 2007. That means if you invested at the absolute top of the market, stayed with your stocks and reinvested all your dividends, you’d be in positive territory again. In reality, most people don’t manage their investments that way, but there have been plenty of chances for gains over the last four and a half years — provided you put your money in the right stocks.

Tell us how your investments are doing. Have your bear market losses been erased?

Yes! I‘m back in the black Yes! I’m back in the black
No, I still have ground to make up No, I still have ground to make up
I got out of stocks and I‘m not coming back I got out of stocks and I‘m not coming back

Click above to weigh in now. Once you do, please feel free to leave a comment to expand on your answer.

Signed- Hilary Kramer

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