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Mon, 1 Jul 2013

Zweig's Lessons The Wall Street Journal's Jason Zweig wrote a clip-and-save column on Saturday. The article reads like a valedictory--what Jason has learned from 25 years in financial journalism. The key lesson being to zig when others zag. The natural cycle of investments works like this (my summa

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