Post-Bubble Performance Comps of U.S. Financials and Techs

The guys over at Bespoke put out a great piece today comparing the post-bubble performance of U.S. financials after the February 2007 top and the technology sector after the dot.com peak in March 2000.    They are tracking within one percent, down 67 and 68 percent, respectively, 58 months after their peaks.

Bespoke provides interesting and unique insight into the data and markets and are one of the few research services we subscribe to.    Here’s the chart and snapshot of today’s piece.

(click here if chart is not observable)

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