BULLS & BEARS: My past predictions were not all hot air

One benefit of writing a column is, the reader rarely remembers for long what the writer says. Maybe readers don't remember what stock market columnists prognosticate because they think we're windbags and change our opinions willy-nilly. For example, a month ago, I wrote the market was looking like it might pull back 10 percent and two weeks later wrote about the case for a market "melt-up." Willy-nilly? I don't think so, because both events could happen. But a year from...

 

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