Avoid the Herd Mentality in a Bullish Market
Jan 07, 2013 | 8:58 AM EST - 
Mike Lee and John Darsie of T3Live.com discuss how strong performances from the banks and solars reward investors who did not follow group mentality and look at the charts of many stocks on their must-watch list.

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