10 Timeless Market Rules

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Introduction

Bob Farrell was the head of Merrill Lynch Research for decades, and during that time he established himself as one of the premier market analysts on Wall Street. His insights on technical analysis and general market tendencies were later canonized as "10 Market Rules to Remember" and have been distributed widely ever since. Let's take a look at these timeless rules and how they can help you achieve better returns.
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