Refer again to Figure 6.2. At the stock market peak in 1929, look at the gap that exists between equities and bonds. At the end of 1929, the $1 investment in stocks was worth about five times more than the $1 investment in bonds. About how long did investors in stocks have to wait before they would regain that same performance edge? Again, getting a precise answer from the figure is difficult, so make an estimate.