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The Four Biggest U.S. Bubbles

This chart compares the four largest market bubbles of the last 100 years. It includes the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the 20s, gold in the 70s, technology stocks in the 90s and the recent oil price bubble.

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Sources: LBMA, EIA, Dow Jones, Yahoo Finance
Updated: July 22, 2014 at 9:00 AM EDT
Series: gold and oil - bull market cycles - business cycles - crude oil price history - stock market cycles - djia historical - historical gold prices - economic indicators
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