4-Part History Repeats Series

In this short series, you'll see striking similarities between today and previous important market junctures.

At those junctures, the markets easily fooled most investors. They were like lemmings, following the prevailing sentiment.

These (free) excerpts come from our monthly Financial Forecast’s Investor Psychology section. Each new issue has this section, to set the stage before giving you our latest U.S. market forecasts.

We hope it helps you see what’s going on in the markets today -- and stay alert.

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