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Can the Market Rally Continue in 2010?


Minyanville professors drop some knowledge on Yahoo's TechTicker at Festivus.


Has the rally of 2009 come too far, too fast? Yahoo TechTicker's Aaron Task poses this question to Jon Markman and Jeff Saut of Raymond James. It seems like money managers are all expecting the market to fall apart every day and their bottom lines are suffering from performance anxiety. Here they give some key trades to watch for as the new year approaches.

Along those lines, Tony Dwyer of FTN Midwest Securites and Minyanville COO Tom Eggers discussed the current rally and the disconnect in opinion between institutional investors and retail investors. They explain how indivdual investors are putting their money in taxable fixed income. More risk is starting to enter into the markets, but slowly.

Mike 'Mish' Shedlock also contributed some sage wisdom. click here to see his video interviews.

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