Easy Money?

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While experts readily agree that no president can be held responsible for the rise and fall of the public markets, perception is key on Wall Street-and investors need to be concerned with how much confidence those driving the market have in Bush. "The people making the buy/sell recommendations generally are in regions of the country where you can't throw a rock and hit somebody who voted for Bush," says Pell. "San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles-those are places that had little faith in Bush's intellectual ability. If that uncertainty were confirmed in people's minds, it could be dangerous for the market."

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This article was originally published in the March 2001 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Easy Money?.

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