Market Extra: Billionaire Ken Fisher says this is the most ‘joyless’ bull market in history

The bull market in stocks may be aging, but likely has much more time to run—just don’t look for investors to jump for joy about it, said billionaire investor Ken Fisher.

“I think this is going to be the longest bull market in history and, arguably, the most joyless,” the founder, chairman and co-chief investment officer of Camas, Wash.-based Fisher Investments said in an interview with MarketWatch on Tuesday.

The current bull market dates to March 9, 2009 and is the second-longest on record, behind the 13-year bull market spanning from 1987 to 2000.

That lack of mirth and the bull’s longevity go hand in hand.

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