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In this brief excerpt of The Macro Show, Hedgeye Senior Macro analyst Darius Dale explains the fallacy of Wall Street’s S&P 500 year-end targets and why stocks could fall a lot further from today’s prices. If you like this excerpt, you’ll love The Macro Show. Click here to learn more and subscribe.

 

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