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Living On Borrowed Time

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Why Stocks Could Keep Going Higher In 2014

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Bull Markets Don’t Last Forever

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The Loser’s Strategy

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Extreme Technicals And Sentiment

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Top Gun FP Client Note: Keynes Critique Of Wall Street

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Top Gun FP Client Note: The Day After Tomorrow

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Top Gun FP Client Note: Everyone Is Wrong

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Adam Shell, USA Today: Cyclical Or Secular Bull Market?

There are only two kinds of bull markets on Wall Street.  There are the normal ones that last roughly two years before petering out.  And there are the far less frequent mega-bulls that keep going ...
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WSJ: Bumpy But Good Year For Stocks

December 31, 2010  ·  Category: History, Market Commentary
Stocks turned in another solid year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gaining nearly 11% and the Nasdaq doing better still. vYet for much of 2010, it didn't feel like a winning year. Amid stumbles and scares, ...
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