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Investors are Losing the Forest for the Trees

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Thu, 29 Oct 2009

Richard Bernstein is CEO of Richard Bernstein Capital Management . He was previously the Chief Investment Strategist and Head of the Investment Strategy Group at Merrill Lynch . The stock market's recent pullback has beta - investors ( read : hedge funds ) scrambling . However , one should not tak

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