Stock Market Outlook For 2009 A government stimulus will shake the economy out of its doldrums in the new year, says Roben Farzad, senior writer for Businessweek. A lot of money is sitting on the sidelines because safety is such a high priority, but people holding that money will seek a higher return than they're getting now, he says.
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Stock Market Outlook For 2009

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Stock Market Outlook For 2009

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Roben Farzad, senior writer for Businessweek talks about the possibility of a multi-billion dollar government stimulus package reviving the economy. He tells Guy Raz that a lot of money is sitting on the sidelines right now because safety is such a high priority, but people holding that money will seek a higher return than they're getting now. When they do, Farzad says, people should be dispassionate about their investing and not jump on bandwagons.