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The stock market hasn’t been this carefree since early 2007. Should we be worried about that?

As the S&P 500 Index moves toward an all-time high and volatility sits at multiyear lows, investors should remember we’ve been here twice before, with the index just below 1,600 both in 2000 and 2007 only for it to take a dive soon after.

So is a third dip on the horizon? Or will the U.S. stock benchmark power to a record?

There are similarities between those times and now.