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stocks head for bottom

narnaie 1,248 166 September 29, 2015 at 08:37 PM
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Since the end of the world is not going to happen in Sept. 2015 like many have predicted, I am sure things are going to be fine. The history will simply repeat itself and whatever bear market it becomes in the remaining of the year, it will come back eventually.

Though it sounds like I just spent the above two lines saying nothing, I am sure it brings more confidence to the investors than the article in the OP, which leads people cashing out their investment and realizing their losses.
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If too many people keep saying it, it might happen. Lets stay positive and hope that it will bounce back soon.
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When O became POTUS there were dozens in the Podium saying we were heading for meltdown and to buy guns, gold and food.

Look how that turned out. It'll come back so hold and worry about something else.
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When the facts change, I change my mind.
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Is the 1 dollar per month for an iphone 6s with trade in of 6 worth it?
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Why does anybody pay attention to CNBC?

A better program about finances is WealthTrack [www.wealthtrack] because unlike CNBC, about half the guests interviewed are top notch.


US stocks vs. bonds, 1980-2015, growth of $10,000 and share price volatility:

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Last edited by larrymoencurly September 30, 2015 at 05:24 PM
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I read about this every month in this forum lol
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It is true.

But the distribution volume is monstrous. That means whoever was bidding to keep prices at new highs in equities sold the high.

This will shake the tree pretty hard. The Nasdaq will be scary. Very much needed as way too many "investors" got complacent.
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