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Continued: A fine first half for Minnesota stocks

“We said last December that stocks looked better than bonds,’’ Bergsland said. “And you can say the same thing today.”

Jim Paulsen of Wells Capital Management, a doggedly optimistic forecaster who was proved right over the past four years, doubts the market will top 1,700 this year.

“I recommend investors get prepared for 2014 when the stock market could again rise to significant new highs,” he said. “I also expect the U.S. dollar to weaken in the second half and would advise investors to increase international stock investments — both developed market and emerging markets.”

 

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