What Would Warren Do?

An upbeat Timothy Vick, author of How to Invest Like Warren Buffett, sees stocks as the best investments in 2006

As the new year approaches, the stock market is likely to do better for investors than other vehicles for their money, predicts Timothy Vick, senior vice-president of Sanibel Captiva Trust and author of How to Invest Like Warren Buffett. He also thinks the health of the U.S. consumer will "make or break" the market in 2006. Toward that end, Vick thinks consumers should rein in their spending somewhat, clean up their balance sheets, and pay down housing debt.

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