April 8, 2013
Fortune Q&A with Steven Romick
Fortune's April 8 issue includes a Q&A with Steven Romick ("Talking to a bear at a market peak: Stocks aren't cheap, argues FPA's Steven Romick. He urges caution as the Dow continues to chalk up records, by Katie Benner). See the story by clicking here.
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