Did we really say that?

April 1997
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p13
Academic Journal
Looks back at a quote which appeared in the February 12, 1996 issue of `Forbes' magazine. Economic forecast for 1996 in the United States.


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