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Investors (Finally) Worried

Over the past year or so, I’ve been asking analysts in this industry about investor psychology. Specifically, I’ve been asking how investors are approaching the markets after the crisis. I had expected answers that noted investors being rightly worried and fearful; and maybe even a nod to the fact that it took 25 years to reach previous highs after the crash of 1929.

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