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(Marketwatch)   The bull market has longer to go   (blogs.marketwatch.com) divider line 15
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2014-07-12 07:34:17 AM
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2014-07-12 08:09:21 AM
It's all a sham anyway.
 
2014-07-12 09:23:56 AM
Buy, Mortimer, Buy!
 
2014-07-12 10:32:07 AM
No bubble here.

chart.finance.yahoo.com
 
2014-07-12 10:47:31 AM
I knew it.
 
2014-07-12 10:59:03 AM

MattStafford: No bubble here.

[chart.finance.yahoo.com image 800x475]


Interesting that those boom/bust cycles seem to begin right around the time Glass-Steagal was repealed.
 
2014-07-12 12:22:48 PM

AngryDragon: Interesting that those boom/bust cycles seem to begin right around the time Glass-Steagal was repealed.


Mere coincidence, obviously.
 
2014-07-12 01:07:05 PM
My loan came through. Probably put it all in CYNK.
 
2014-07-12 01:14:44 PM

MattStafford: No bubble here.

[chart.finance.yahoo.com image 800x475]


Or, you know, you could use a log scale to show the proper relative changes over time.

chart.finance.yahoo.com
 
2014-07-12 02:54:10 PM
Thanks, Obama.
 
2014-07-12 04:36:49 PM

LarryDan43: Thanks, Obama.


So if/when it crashes before 2017, is that going to be Obama's fault? Or will you spin that to be the Republicans fault, too?
 
2014-07-12 07:09:48 PM
God I'm torn about what to do in 2015.

Keep my pension funds in equities, given that the next crash likely won't be as bad as 2008, and it might not happen for another two or three years?  Or park my funds in safe bonds, wait until the next stock market crash, and then buy low?  I don't want to try to time the market, but I don't want to leave the market unnecessarily.  In theory though, parking funds safely and waiting for a crash to take advantage of is damn appealing.
 
2014-07-12 08:31:27 PM

Brokenseas: God I'm torn about what to do in 2015.

Keep my pension funds in equities, given that the next crash likely won't be as bad as 2008, and it might not happen for another two or three years?  Or park my funds in safe bonds, wait until the next stock market crash, and then buy low?  I don't want to try to time the market, but I don't want to leave the market unnecessarily.  In theory though, parking funds safely and waiting for a crash to take advantage of is damn appealing.


You could miss out on a few more good years. Trying to time the market is a fool's errand
 
2014-07-12 09:58:41 PM
The Bernanke/Yellen bubble has surpassed the Greenspan bubble. This will not end well. The Fed has turned the stock market into a casino. Forget about future earnings expectations... it's all about timing the rise and fall of artificially pumped prices now.
 
2014-07-12 10:16:18 PM
Does this mean the market is unbearable?
 
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