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What can we learn from history? Portfolio managers Pim van Vliet and Jan Sytze Mosselaar reflect on four centuries of stock market investing. They describe how investment culture tends to be cyclical and mean reverting. They describe two interesting boom-bust cycles. In 1720 the first stock market bubble burst, while the Go-Go years of the 1960s changed the nature of the mutual fund industry to this present day.
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