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The bull and bear bronze statue stands outside the stock market, Deutsche Boerse AG, in Frankfurt, Germany. (Michael Probst/AP)
The bull and bear bronze statue stands outside the stock market, Deutsche Boerse AG, in Frankfurt, Germany. (Michael Probst/AP)

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Carrick on money: A bull market for stocks? Hell, yes Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

A bull market for stocks? Hell, yes
Maclean’s takes a look at the recent stock market rally and makes a case that we can look forward to more gains ahead.

Or, maybe stocks aren’t cleared for takeoff. Here’s a rebuttal of the theory that we’re seeing a “Great Rotation” of investing assets out of bonds and into stocks.

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The managing director of the Canadian arm of Tiger 21, a networking group for high net worth investors, explains in this video how members are positioning their portfolios in today’s high flying stock markets.

Open houses: Pro or con?
An argument in favour of having open houses if you’re got your home up for sale. It’s a response to a Globe article saying open houses are a waste of time.

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