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How will markets confound the general consensus this time?

Grandmaster's Patrick Wolff on the frequent tendency of history to rebuff the consensus view.

   In the short run, markets move slowly and generally behave the way people expect. But in the long run, markets change enormously and confound the consensus view. One way to see this is to consider what “everybody knew” at the start of the last three decades and compare what actually

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