Since the Great Recession officially came to an end in 2009, growth stocks have been the driving force on Wall Street. Historically low lending rates, massive government spending programs, and a compliant Federal Reserve providing an abundant pool of cheap capital have incentivized fast-paced businesses to hire, innovate, and acquire other companies. History suggests a market correction is coming, though no one can know for certain when it will occur.
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