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Is Anger Blinding Americans to Stock Market Opportunities?

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Things are getting better, but Americans believe they are getting worse. What gives? "There may be many reasons for the mismatch between the public mood and the state of the economy and the markets," Peter Cohan writes at Daily Finance. "One might be that a group of politicians is hoping to channel the public's rage over the financial crisis against the administration that appears to be cleaning it up. In so doing, they may be hoping to regain the political power they lost after pushing the policies that caused that financial crisis. Another reason could be more benign: Employment takes a long time to pick up after a recession ends, and until the job market comes back strong, the public stays in a bad mood."
SOURCE:   Daily Finance