By Joshua Brown, Financial Advisor
For investors, 2010 may as well have been called the Year of the Car. It turns out that some of the biggest, greasiest, loudest money was made in the automakers this year -- who knew?Think back to this time last fall: Unemployment was still edging toward 10% with under-employment breaching 17%. Foreclosures were continuing to balloon while home prices were still deflating. Other than a rebounding stock market, consumer confidence was almost non-existent.
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