One of the big myths of the bull market of the 1990s was that the stock market was essentially a savings account that returned 15 percent per year. You picked up a copy of Fortune, you watched a little CNBC, you opened an online account, and you were on the road to riches. Unfortunately, as many investors discovered when the bubble popped, things that look too good to be true usually are.
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