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Bob Pisani experienced the dot-com bubble, the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and the 2008 Great Financial Crisis firsthand from the Big Board with the top traders in the world. He will share how investing has changed over the years and how you can gain an edge in this new trading world, along with answers to your questions.

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