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"In 2013, when the tax rose to the current 23.8 percent, from 15 percent, on Americans with the highest incomes, the S&P 500 climbed nearly 30 percent. It was the best year for stocks in the last two decades. And after the top rate rose to 28 percent, from 20 percent, at the end of 1986, the market continued to roar higher, by nearly 40 percent through most of 1987."

Why Biden’s Plan to Raise Taxes for Rich Investors Isn’t Hurting Stocks nyti.ms/3aUFEni

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