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Stock Market Dives After Alan Greenspan Says Stocks and Bonds in a Bubble

The Dow Jones today dove as investor uncertainty rises and Alan Greenspan - former Federal Reserve Chair during the 2001 Dot-Com Bubble - says stock and bond markets are in a bubble. The post Stock Market Dives After Alan Greenspan Says Stocks and Bonds in a Bubble was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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