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Is a Bubble on the Investing Horizon? Better Protect Clients’ Downside Risk

Advisor One

Mon, 8 Jul 2013

If you think we are seeing a Fed-induced bubble in U.S. stocks, it’s well disguised. We still may see a small stock bubble, so caution is advised.

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