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Martket Watch reported "Longtime market bull sees unsettling parallel between today and March 2000" on Thursday

[] This time around, Bernstein, , says he’s not worried about nosebleed valuations creating another massive meltdown, but he does fear that skittish investors have a flawed way of thinking about corporate earnings that could ultimately set them up for disappointment Plenty of pundits have compared the trading action in today’s market to the bursting of the dot-com bubble, but the latest Wall Street type to make that connection isn’t your typical broken-clock bear.

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Longtime market bull sees unsettling parallel between today and March 2000 As profits decelerate, which most people are in agreement is going to happen this year, tech is generally one of the worst performing sectors, the former Merrill Lynch chief investment strategist said We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment