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I ignored the jobs report and studied Ben Graham's 1976 value investing advice.
Tomorrow will tell the tale.
Am I the only one saying that it's bullish?
The fear of steadily-rising rates seems to have passed.
Here are five things that may shed light on the recent market tumble.
The central banker is hurting the rupee more than he is helping it.
The FOMC now appears to be in the hands of ideological hawks.
Now that the Fed is slowly backing off.
Stocks that should be bought if the world is slowing are getting killed.
For one, think more and bloviate less.

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