GoGo Bull Market

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GoGo Bull Market
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The GoGo Bull Market consists of funds that entice investors by promising large, abnormal returns created from shifting portfolio weights around speculative information. As GoGo funds is a term for mutual funds that has an investment strategy focused on high-risk securities, it provides investors with superior profits that come together with a great deal of risk, involving large positions in growth stocks. GoGo funds lasted for two years, growing less popular after the stock market crashes of the 1970s. The GoGo Bull Market period was the shortest in modern mid-1960s American Bull Market history.

  • Took place in the 1960s
  • 106 months long