Should we be worried about the longest bull market in history?

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Investors who are betting on the end of the longest bull market in the history of the United States play a dangerous game, warns Vincent Fournier, portfolio manager at Claret.

According to him, the rise of protectionism can, in the short term, provide stock markets with a tailwind. However, Mr. Fournier adds that rising interest rates could dampen investors’ appetite for stocks.

Watch this French interview on Les Affaires

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