Nasdaq – 8/6/15: A couple of years ago, I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to coach a high school debate team. One of the first things that those smart kids learned when it came to attacking an opponent’s case was to, where appropriate, point out that correlation does not necessarily equal causation. Just because two things happen at the same time doesn’t mean they are related. Sometimes, though, even if evidence is scant, the logical case for causation can be strong enough to be noteworthy.
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