It appears that many investors are commemorating the fourth anniversary of the bankruptcy of...
Friday, September 14, 2012, 8:04 PM ETIt appears that many investors are commemorating the fourth anniversary of the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers by telling themselves that any Lehman-like danger has passed, and staging a huge rally in its honor, says Mark Hulbert. Actually, he quips, the real impetus was that the Fed basically concluded that the economy is in such horrible shape that it needs even more life support. This all goes to show how inscrutable — and, therefore, ultimately unpredictable — the markets can be.
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