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The next stock market crash will look a lot different than the financial crisis

The stock bull market is well into its ninth year, and signs of fragility have firms like Bank of America Merrill Lynch looking ahead to the next big crash. By BAML's calculation, the next bear market will be in line with past occurrences, and nowhere near as volatile as the 2008, 1998 or 1987 crashes. Stock bull markets don't last forever, which is why it's a useful exercise to start bracing for the next big crash.
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