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Published: Aug 17, 2021 3 min read

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If you had invested in stocks when the market crashed in March 2020, you could have doubled your money by now.

At the market close on Monday, the S&P 500, a benchmark commonly used to measure the broader stock market, was up 100% compared to its pandemic low on March 23, 2020. That's the fastest a bull market has doubled from a bottom since World War II, according to an analysis from CNBC.