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Honoring CNBC Anchor Mark Haines

publication date: Mar 9, 2012
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author/source: Valuentum Editorial Staff

Brilliant CNBC anchor, Mark Haines, who had been a fixture there for 22 years, passed away last year. On March 9, 2009, three years ago to the day, he officially called the "market bottom." Though many attempted to do so for weeks and months during the Great Recession, his call was original and genuine. The S&P has doubled since that time.  

View Mark Haines "market-bottom" call on March 9, 2009: 


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