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The End of the Beginning
4/27/2015 - The NASDAQ may have just had the second most monumental breakthrough of a double top formation in stock market history. It took fifteen long years for the index to make a new high after the biggest market crash any living person has had to endure. The lingering resentment is going to be there for many years to come; and for a lot of former investors, it will never go away.

This is why the rally has been ignored. Actually, it is more fertile grounds for the merchants of doom... MORE

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