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Markets Bid a Not-So-Fond Farewell to 2008

It's been a horrible year for stocks overall, the worst since 1931. Wood Asset Management's Robert Stovall predicts more trouble ahead in 2009. Sam Stovall, Robert's son of Standard & Poor's, and his father review the past year with MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi.

It's been a horrible year for stocks overall, the worst since 1931. Wood Asset Management's Robert Stovall predicts more trouble ahead in 2009. Sam Stovall, Robert's son of Standard & Poor's, and his father review the past year with MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi. (WSJ.com video)It's been a horrible year for stocks overall, the worst since 1931. Wood Asset Management's Robert Stovall predicts more trouble ahead in 2009. Sam Stovall, Robert's son of Standard & Poor's, and his father review the past year with MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi. Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology. View Full Bio

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