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All This Market Calm Feels Like Mayhem

This is the most difficult, treacherous and damnable investing environment there’s ever been. As Bloomberg's Richard Breslow retorts, that’s what you hear on an almost daily basis. And certainly in monthly investor performance reports. “The market’s in a dangerous bubble, now let’s talk about the following stocks you just have to chase because they’re cheap.” We all know there are bubbles galore.
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