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Bull Market Bull

Anatole Kaletsky has a thoughtful and persuasive piece (paywall) in Barron’s magazine on why global stock markets have a good deal more room to rise: ‘Four Reasons Why the Bull Market Has Far to Go’

First, the world economy is finally swimming into a fabled ‘sweet spot’, with simultaneous, reasonably . . .

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December 03, 2017

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