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FORBES.COM KEN FISHER NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 01, 2010 Recovery, Part Two 01.21.2010, 17:40:00 EST Ken Fisher Don't succumb to the pessimism of disbelief. The second year after a bear market is a fine time to own stocks. Good News 01.15.2010, 16:10:00 EST Ken Fisher This should be a great time to own stocks. But we forget long-term lessons and think about the recent past. In Pictures: Five Fisher Buys For 2010 01.14.2010, 10:30:00 EST Ken Fisher Fisher thinks 2010 will be another good year for stocks. Here are five of his best bets. A Grateful Dead Year 12.31.2009, 22:40:00 EST Ken Fisher 2009 was a textbook case of how stock markets are supposed to react to big bear markets and recessions.