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Jim Harvey on Why It’s a Stock-Picker’s Market

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Wed, 28 Nov 2012

Are you concerned about the effect that the looming fiscal cliff could have on the stock market? I’m not as concerned with the fiscal cliff itself as with the need for a more workable plan to deal with the deficit and bring a greater level of certainty to the economy and markets. The changes coming

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