Wall Streeters ended 2010 with money in their pockets and a mostly optimistic view for the year ahead. 2010 was another year that confirmed the long trend of American investment houses regarding the U.S. economy as just one of many they invest in. High-tech, computer-fast trading on global markets is now the norm, producing returns on stocks, bonds, commodities, and other financial dealings that reveals investing in the U.S. makes sense only if there isn’t more money to be made elsewhere. America’s former three sector economy has added a fourth to the mix, Financial. And it’s doing very well.
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