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Do markets typically fall fast, and rise slowly
I'm wondering if there is some measurement or name to this notion, i.e.: Markets typically fall fast, but rise slowly. It seems like this is the case -- get some bad news out of Europe on the debt ...
Nov 26 '11 at 21:00
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