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Strategy remains one of outlasting this bear market. Of proving you have more patience than Mr. Bear Market does. This is a difficult job which will test your discipline again and again if the past is any guide (which I believe it is). Over time you’ll be tempted to buy back in again and again whether you see a believable bear market bottom or not. Especially if you’re one who really watch stocks, the whole Wall Street show, daily. So continue to do any irresistible buying and or investing in a much smaller, subdued manner. Keep just enough money in the stock market to keep you interested and not so much that future declines can put you out of the game and out of business. And stay tuned here to find the real bottom.
Have a good week!
12-01-2008 8:19 AM
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