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How To Tell If A Growth Stock's Run Is Getting Too Old

·3 min read
How To Tell If A Growth Stock's Run Is Getting Too Old

Typically, growth stocks make long-term advances that last roughly two years, usually ending with a bear market or market correction. By the time a growth stock forms its third base, investor enthusiasm has waned.