TREES DON'T GROW TO THE SKY" IS the way generations of stock-market traders have rephrased the proverb, What goes up must come down. But that ancient bit of sententiousness is out of favor on Wall Street today. To be sure, no one quite dares to predict that after more than eight years of almost vertical ascent since the Crash of '87, share prices can keep going up forever. There are some signs of nervousness that one of these days a financial version of the law of gravity will reassert itself, as evidenced by last week's 94-point drop in the Dow Jones...
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