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How Conventional Wisdom for Positive Financial Trends In 2014 May Go Awry

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Fri, 8 Nov 2013

Economist Irving Fisher infamously claimed that “stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently higher plateau.”  That appearance soon proved to be an illusion. Three days later, the stock market Crash of 1929 got underway. Almost every bull market cycle in the stock market generates what

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