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The Dow Jones Industrial Average has booted the disgraced blue-chip, but it may be nearing “buy” territory.
You may not appreciate it. You may not have even noticed it. But small-cap stocks have led the way since the market came out of the subprime slump in 2009.
That lead has widened considerably...
Even if you have been an investor for 30 years, you don’t really know about high interest rates.
U.S. interest rates peaked in October 1981, when the 30-year Treasury bond traded...
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