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Are Stocks in a Bubble?

During the last five years, President Barack Obama and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke have enacted several “quick-fix solutions” to solve our economic woes.

Since then, stocks have soared to record-breaking levels, unemployment has dropped, and the real estate market has stabilized. But some economists warn that this “recovery” will be short-lived, and will be followed by an even worse economic disaster.

Moneynews.com — one of America's leading financial websites — is conducting an urgent national poll on the current state of the stock market.

We will provide the results of this poll to major media outlets that have cited us previously: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, ABC, Fox News, CBS, MSNBC, and other leading news venues.

Don't miss this opportunity to let your voice be heard and afterward, see what others are saying (the results so far are shocking). 

1) Do you believe that the U.S. economy has recovered or is near recovery?

2) Do you think Barack Obama and Ben Bernanke's policies have helped or hurt the economy?

3) What percentage of your liquid assets are in the stock market?


4) Where are you putting most of your investments now?


5) What is most likely next for the Dow (currently around 15,000 points)?

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