Dow Jones industry average. This is a classic example that shows that the economy and the stock market are not moving in a correlated relationship. The Second World War, the Second World War, began on September 1, 1939 and ended on September 2, 1945. However, the stock exchange began its bull run from November 16, 1942 (see graphic), even before the Second World War ended. If you waited and invested until the end of WWII, you will likely miss out on at least a 30% profit on this example.
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