Within the last decade, US investors have experienced two major financial meltdowns and multiple market downslides. The so-called irrational exuberance of the 1990s' Internet bubble abruptly began losing air in March 2000, followed by 2007's sub-prime mortgage debacle, which led to the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 and a full-blown global crisis. Despite accusations that investors have short memories, those in the US seem unlikely to forget for some time yet.
Many investors hav
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