Keep Your Eye On Cinderella, Not Her SistersMark Melin
It is often darkest before the dawn, CSLA’s Damian Kestel noted of certain investment approaches, quoting English theologian and historian Thomas Fuller. Fuller was speaking of a religious transformation in his book “A Pisgah-Sight Of Palestine And The Confines Thereof,” a 1650 history of the Old and New Testament, spoke of torture and spiritual ecstasy. Kestel, for his part, is looking at stock market “animal spirits” that were tortured in . . .
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