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‘Another break point may be coming’: On the 10th anniversary of the last stock market bottom, a $160 billion investment chief explains why traders should be getting very worried

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‘Another break point may be coming’: On the 10th anniversary of the last stock market bottom, a $160 billion investment chief explains why traders should be getting very worried· The bull market turns 10 years old on Saturday, but Brad McMillian — the chief investment officer of $160 billion Commonwealth Financial Network — says there are signs stocks are much more likely to drop than they are to make big gains.
· McMillan says consumer confidence is slipping, and if it falls further, it could...
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