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Bond investor

ZB, I love the post and the Google Trends site is fascinating. I hope to use this "wisdom of crowds" as an investment idea generator.

However, Ithink you are forgetting an important independent variable on "stocks vs bonds." When I look at the trend for "Barry Bonds" in Google Trends, all of the "bonds" volume spikes track with spikes in "Barry Bonds" interest -- home run record race, steroid allegations, etc.

Unfortunately, "equity, fixed income" search generated an error when I typed it into Google Trends. I would guess neither of those terms is searched-on nearly as much as "stocks, bonds", though, so any results may be useless.

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