The bear and the bull are classic symbols of stock market extremes. Investors seek clues to determine which direction the market is headed. But columnist Barry Ritholtz says the classic way of defining a market – by percentage changes – doesn’t offer the insight needed to make investment decisions.
The bear and the bull are classic symbols of stock market extremes. Investors seek clues to determine which direction the market is headed. But columnist Barry Ritholtz says the classic way of defining a market – by percentage changes – doesn’t offer the insight needed to make investment decisions. Michael Probst Associated Press
The bear and the bull are classic symbols of stock market extremes. Investors seek clues to determine which direction the market is headed. But columnist Barry Ritholtz says the classic way of defining a market – by percentage changes – doesn’t offer the insight needed to make investment decisions. Michael Probst Associated Press

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