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Just how bad is the market going to get? Depends on who you ask.

In mid-January, a group of Royal Bank of Scotland economists urged the bank’s clients to sell most of their assets before the exit doors get crowded. On the relatively sunnier side, Schwab strategist Liz Ann Sonders says we have merely reached a lull in a secular bull market — a “non-recession bear” at worst.

And the view can vary — at least temporarily — depending on when you look. As Dan Egan, Betterment’s head of behavioral finance, pointed out in a tweet, sometimes the market’s direction makes wild swings and even the headlines on real-time financial news sites can’t keep up.

Meanwhile, Josh Brown’s world is looking a little apocalyptic, Wu-Tang Financial makes a presidential endorsement, and small children ask Federal Reserve Board Janet Yellen not to raise rates.

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