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Wall Street's oldest-ever bull market turns 10 years old | Viral Buzz News
(Reuters) - A savvy investor who managed to time the start of Wall Street's bull market a decade ago - and hold on since then - would now be sitting on a handsome windfall. The Charging Bull statue, also known as the Wall St. Bull, is seen in the financial district of New York City, U.S., August 18, 2018. Picture taken August 18, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermidBorn in the ashes of the financial crisis, Wall Street's oldest-ever bull market turns 10 years old on Saturday, with the S&P 500 tripling in value and amply rewarding investors who have owned funds tracking the index for that period. The S&P 500's post-crisis low close was 676.53 points on March 9, 2009. During the previous session on March 6, it touched an intraday low of 666.79, which came to be know as the "devil's low." On Friday, the benchmark index closed at 2,743.07, down 2 percent for the week. Extraordinary efforts by the U.S. Federal Reserve to foster an economic recovery from the financial crisis through asset