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“Markets Will Fluctuate”

The Real Reason Markets Swooned Yesterday It’s the same one that explains why they are rising today and might fall the day after. Bloomberg, August 18, 2017     In the 1927 book “Security Speculation – The Dazzling Adventure,” Laurence H. Sloan repeated the now famous anecdote 1  about J.P.Morgan’s view of the stock markets: History has… Read More The post “Markets Will Fluctuate” appeared first on The Big Picture.
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