What is it about these four Bloomberg headlines that are imparting some sort of a lesson?
• May 23, 2011: Biggs Buying as S&P 500 Profit Forecasts Rise Most in a Year
• May 24, 2011: Biggs Says Stock Bears Wrong Even as Economy Slows
• Aug 3, 2011: Birinyi, Biggs Advise Holding Stocks After S&P 500’s Decline
• Aug 18, 2011: Biggs Says S&P May Be Bottoming, Priced for 15% Profit Drop
Which of these buy calls should you follow? Might some of these calls be suffering from bias? And if you are always telling people to buy-buy-buy, can anyone really follow your advice?
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