This week, the S&P 500 hit the same level that it did exactly three years earlier -- down to the last two decimal places. What can this fact tell us about the last three years of market history, and what lessons might be gleaned for investors?
To hear the pundits tell it, Greece's debt woes and accompanying civil disturbances signaled the end of the euro, or worse. Yet, the country's rebound gets little attention. This pattern gets repeated over and over, much to investors' detriment.