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The facts I cited were from studies of the data from 1926 - 1998 (the Trinity Study). It includes the 1929 crash where the market lost over 80% of its value, but not the 2000 - 2002 crash. I'm not sure how much the new data would change the results, but I don't think it would be significant.

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