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Listen: Navigating a Prolonged Crisis


Either we give the economy drugs that mask the symptoms, or we give it medicine to cure the disease.

In an interview with Market Technicians Association, Toddo discusses his Memoirs and the benefits to following your dreams and passions. "Do what you love and money will come," he says.

As the conversation shifted to the markets, he helps clarify his stance on the credit crisis by explaining the two things that could happen. Either we give the economy drugs that mask the symptoms, or we give it medicine to cure the disease. Though, there is reason for optimism. Conglomerates like Disney (DIS) and Washington Post (WPO) were born during the Great Depression.

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Editor's note: The Market Technicians Association Podcast Series is a free member service that features weekly interviews with noted market professionals discussing current market trends. For more information and a schedule of interviews, visit
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