By Louis Navellier of Investor PlaceIn 1999, Congress repealed a piece of Depression-era legislation commonly referred to as the Glass-Steagall Act. It was intended to reduce risk at banks by limiting investment activities. In the wake of the financial crisis, this move has taken a lot of heat -- and not without reason.
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