By looking back at 2010, this article provides a cautionary tale for those indulging in financial predictions for the year ahead, and suggests that common sense and skepticism may be far more trustworthy guides to the 2011 markets models and historical data. The article is written by Dr Bernard Lee, Deputy Director of the Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics at SMU.

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