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Two days of violent price action in U.S. stocks and now everyone's worried that the party's over.A lion's share of the money has gone to the U.S. stock market, which got into the habit of reaching a record roughly once every four days.Client activity at TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. hit a record as the number of daily trades surged almost 50 percent in the past year.Market ConfidenceThe amount of people who expect the stock market to climb is the highest it's ever been. The optimism isn't by itself a sign the bull market is doomed, but when it peaked in early 2000, it plunged to an all-time low three years later as the dot-com bubble burst.The yield spread between 2- and 10-year Treasuries narrowed this month to 48.8 basis points, the flattest level since before the financial crisis.
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