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Forgive me, but I have a hard time paying attention to the likes of Wells Fargo when it comes to market advice. (Then again, Goldman doesn't thrill me either, so maybe I'm the problem). It is, therefore, somewhat difficult to restrain myself from comment when their chief economist digs into bullish "market players" with the stinging description "bordering on delusional."
Remind me for a moment why I am listening to the chief economist at the firm whose latest contribution to financial innovation is... wait for it... online safes? (You just can't make this stuff up).
Goldman Sachs And Wells Fargo Warn 'Delusional' Investors On Stocks [The Telegraph]

Wells Fargo Plans To Sell Online Safes For Storing Vital Records
[The Mercury News]