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Stay Cool and Stay Invested

Gut-churning headlines don’t have to add up to a bad year for your portfolio. Here’s how investors can have a panic-free and profitable 2017.

A YEAR AGO, as we wrapped up the previous installment of our annual Investor’s Guide, many of our sources (and this editor) were feeling bearish enough to snarf a few salmon and crawl off to hibernate. Corporate profits were weakening, a long U.S. bull market had limped to a near standstill, and

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