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By , Forbes, 02/25/2011

Interview with Wallace Forbes

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By , Reuters, 02/25/2011

Bruised but not bowed, bulls staged a rebound on Thursday and helped stocks stabilize in a volatile session suggesting investors aren't ready to give up on the market's rally.

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By , The Wall Street Journal, 02/24/2011

Oil has always been a wild card for stocks, and its rise to $100 a barrel for the first time since 2008 has investors worried about the nearly uninterrupted run of bullish trading since the autumn.

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Reuters, 02/15/2011

Billionaire investor Ken Fisher believes bullish sentiment among investors might be getting a little too long in the tooth as large-cap U.S. stocks have doubled in price since their March 2009 lows.

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By , Reuters, 02/15/2011

Market breadth weakened and a prominent investor retreated from bullish positions as a vulnerable U.S. stock market slipped off 2-1/2-year highs on Tuesday.

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By , Forbes, 02/14/2011

For 15 years FORBES has run an annual accounting of its columnists' recommendations in which we're required to report on the past year's results. In only three years have my picks lagged the S&P 500. Happily, 2010 wasn't among them.

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