Topic: Fuck, I'm losing my underwear in the market. Is this temporary?
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HALP


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Seems like you are not following advice from timothy sykes.


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I actually enjoy it in a masochistic fucked sort of way. Like watching your neighbor's house burn down. Just how bad can it get :stunned:


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Yup. Temporary.


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No. Sell now and buy canned turnips.


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this is fucking bad


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You should be investing with a 20-30 yr timespan. If your horizon is less than that you are investing in the wrong things.


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. said: I actually enjoy it in a masochistic fucked sort of way. Like watching your neighbor's house burn down. Just how bad can it get :stunned:        

 How about when it extends to your house........then it's not funny anymore. :stunned:


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It will be, at worst, a permanently high plateau.


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I sure hope this is the big one.

All cash baby!


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. said: You should be investing with a 20-30 yr timespan. If your horizon is less than that you are investing in the wrong things.

­I am. I was mostly in index funds for the long run. But I've been slowly exiting them and moving to cash last year, and just closed up the last of my positions on the bounce last week.

What's the point of following the market down, when you can hold cash, then buy in again near the bottom?


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Obligatory THANKS OBAMA!!1


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. said:
­I am. I was mostly in index funds for the long run. But I've been slowly exiting them and moving to cash last year, and just closed up the last of my positions on the bounce last week.

What's the point of following the market down, when you can hold cash, then buy in again near the bottom?

Market timing is a winning strategy.


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I ran Richie Richvale off


Let's check Zerohedge to see what their advice is.


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. said: I sure hope this is the big one.

All cash baby!

Short short short!
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. said: HALP

You're about to lose your testicles.


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. said:
­I am. I was mostly in index funds for the long run. But I've been slowly exiting them and moving to cash last year, and just closed up the last of my positions on the bounce last week.

What's the point of following the market down, when you can hold cash, then buy in again near the bottom?

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Smart advice. I moved out of the market a couple weeks ago, out of the index and mostly into cash. Have about 25% still riding in the bond market, mostly debt securities from other countries. If I get a 3% return I'll be thrilled until I can find out where to put 200k


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Markets go up. Markets go down.


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­I am. I was mostly in index funds for the long run. But I've been slowly exiting them and moving to cash last year, and just closed up the last of my positions on the bounce last week.

What's the point of following the market down, when you can hold cash, then buy in again near the bottom?

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Smart advice. I moved out of the market a couple weeks ago, out of the index and mostly into cash. Have about 25% still riding in the bond market, mostly debt securities from other countries. If I get a 3% return I'll be thrilled until I can find out where to put 200k

Exactly. It's not like the Yids would ever Weimar the US Dollar. :snicker:


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:mad: I've lost $28,000 from my 401K since the beginning of the year. THANKS JEWS!


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. said: No. Sell now and buy canned turnips.

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Too late now to get out.

Ride this bitch to the bottom of the trough.


Posted by The Gumbi
I ran Richie Richvale off


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Too late now to get out.

Ride this bitch to the bottom of the trough.

DOW NEGATIVE ELEVENTY BILLION HERE WE CUM!
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Catch me if you can. 
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. said: You should be investing with a 20-30 yr timespan. If your horizon is less than that you are investing in the wrong things.

Retirement. What's that?
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Get your shekels back in that market, muppets.



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