These are uncertain times. Nobody knows exactly how the situation in Europe will impact global stocks, but that doesn’t mean owning equities is a bad idea. US stocks are trading at extremely attractive levels relative to history, and markets like to climb a wall of worry. So if you’re sitting on the sidelines waiting for an “all clear” signal, you might miss out. …
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