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The investing landscape in 2010 is intriguing: Rising interest rates, soaring stock markets, an overheated housing market.

Globe Investor personal finance columnist Rob Carrick took reader questions in a live discussion. Click on the Cover It Live box below to read the questions and answers.



Market Outlook 2010 :

  • Key to corporate bonds in 2010: Be very selective
  • Five bubbles set to burst in 2010
  • One-year clock ticking for income trusts
  • David Rosenberg: Some year-ahead prognostications
  • Greenback's slide expected to continue
  • Star stocks of the decade and Dog stocks of the decade
  • Five reasons to be bullish or bearish on markets


Rob Carrick has been writing about personal finance, business and economics for close to 20 years. He joined The Globe and Mail in late 1996 as an investment reporter and has been personal finance columnist since November 1998. His latest book, Rob Carrick's Guide to What's Good, Bad and Downright Awful in Canadian Investments Today, has just been published by Doubleday Canada.

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Read excerpts from Rob Carrick's new book:

  • Six crummy mutual funds
  • How to navigate the stock market


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