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

The bull and bear bronze statue stands outside the stock market, Deutsche Boerse AG, in Frankfurt, Germany.

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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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