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Get Ready for Reentry

The long U.S. bull market may not be over yet, but you can no longer count on the stratospheric returns of years past. Here’s how to set up your portfolio for continued growth—and a soft landing.

REMEMBER THE STORY OF FERDINAND? That children’s book from 1936, still in print, tells the tale of a Spanish bull who refuses to embrace his heritage and fight to the death in the corrida. Ferdinand, an icon of pacifism, would much rather lie under a cork tree and smell the flowers. And at

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