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Don’t Fall for Wall Street’s Optimism

It would take a true fluke to deliver the double-digit gains predicted for 2019.

AFTER A BRUTAL DECEMBER, when trade turmoil and signs of slowing growth sent global stock markets into a tailspin, America’s investment institutions did the sensible thing: They

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