- Yes, stocks are expensive, get used to it, says one gutsy analyst. Multiples could expand further.
- The simple and straight forward investing approach applied by Warren Buffett might not be for everyone. Harder than it looks.
- In honor of the 29th anniversary of the infamous Black Monday stock market crash, it's important to remember how the stock market survived. GDP never went negative.
- Bob Dylan, being Bob Dylan, has been ignoring his Nobel Prize for Literature. The Nobel committee still can't get him on the phone.
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