Notebook: the “great humiliator” strikes again

The Great Humiliator is the phrase that Ken Fisher, my California-based money manager friend, likes to use to describe the stock market’s capacity to play with people’s minds and reputations. By that he means the market’s ability to confound, at regular intervals, the expectations of all investors, especially those with big wallets and lofty reputations. Nobody,

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