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Old 03-19-2013, 03:28 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by boozehound
Im certainly not claiming they are new or insightful, but you seem to have missed the point, which is that the stock market is really independent of any economic recovery (the main point of your thread).
eh, kind of...sort of

the main point of my thread was just to simply point out that the Dow hit an all time high

we are seeing recovery right now...your link even points it out

during the great depression the market collapsed as well as the economy

and during most 'booms" the market is also high



I think for the big economic picture they do kind of follow each other, but for the smaller picture they don't if that makes any sense...
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