Posted on: Monday, October 8, 2001
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Rebound After the Crisis?

   
 
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First of all, I think you guys have a great site. I agree with your analysis wholeheartedly and I look forward to reading your commentary every day. I thought an interesting piece of analysis to combat the optimists who think the market will rebound "as it always does after a crisis" would be a comparison of P/E's before, durign and after a "crisis". My guess is that it would silence the optimists and drive home your limbo, limbo argument even farther.
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