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The Calm Before the Storm

In this special section from the April issue of The European Financial Forecast, editor Brian Whitmer uses European debt instruments to illustrate the extraordinary turnaround investors have made from risk-averse to risk-seeking. What will be the outcome of this complacency?

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When investor sentiment reaches extremes, we know that a change in trend is just around the corner. We are now seeing a public fascination with monitoring and "playing" the minute-by-minute market fluctuations to an extent not seen since the heyday of "day-trading" in 2000. How extreme has it gotten? Take a look at these excerpts from the two most recent issues of Hochberg and Kendall's Financial Forecast.

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