Every Market Has a Season for a Reason
Baby it’s cold outside! At least up here in the North it is.
It’s the holiday season, and even the market reflects seasonal changes. You hear pundits talking about it. But how can you check it for yourself using cold, hard numbers? Watch the video to find out. You can also subscribe to my videos in iTunes.
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