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Before investing in Bitcoin, stop and smell the tulips

It has been a long time since Wall Street had a full-fledged investment bubble—remember Pets.com?—but we’ve got a live one underway with Bitcoin. Look for the mania to get even... To view the full story, click the title link.
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