It was pretty clear that asset managers were invincible during the wild bull market of the 1990s.

Thanks to that breathtaking stock market run, clients' portfolios mushroomed dramatically, and asset managers lined their pockets with pretty healthy fees. Keep in mind that at the large asset-management firms, fees are typically proportional to the amount of money under management.

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