Six months ago, when the US was out of control, news of Ireland's $68 billion bank bailout and Spain's debt downgrade could have sent us into a tailspin.
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Graphic chip-maker Nvidia may not be a long-term winner, but it's just beginning a short-term climb.
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In light of this startling September rally, analysts who forecasted doom should own up to their mistakes.
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