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  • Sovestor
    Any stocks, any assets can go down to zero or close to it when liquidity dries up due to demand and supply. This is the basic of economy.
    5/7/10
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      • Sovestor
        Likely the markets to go down even further than current level for months if not years? Common sense tell us Euro economy is getting worse.
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          • Sovestor
            No one shall ever again believe automated program trading as sound. Te automated approach can kill traders anytime when it fails to perform.
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              • Sovestor
                How if few days later Dow drop another >=1,000? What if the markets decline slowly painfully for months or even years to come? Be ready...
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                  • Sovestor
                    Don't fight the tape and save yourself while you can. Negative global markets are warning investors and traders what the future may bring.
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                      • Sovestor
                        Down 1000? Up a bit,Down 300? Down 100? Up a bit, down a lot. Confused? Markets are telling us that we are entering negative-feedback cycle.
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                          • Sovestor
                            Almost all commodities appear to be in very shaky ground and likely will experience higher volatility with more painful time ahead.
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                              • Sovestor
                                Prudent traders and investors should always remember that global markets can move up and down as far and as long as they can stay solvent.
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                                  • Sovestor
                                    Investors and traders' trust on Wall Street are likely diminishing due to market plunge yesterday. This will negatively affect spending.
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                                      • Sovestor
                                        Sovereign debts seem problematic. But, US debts are likely more problematic. However, Moody and S&P are based in US & hence biased/pro-US.
                                        12/17/09
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                                          • Sovestor
                                            Great long-term investors typically in the past (when they were young) were great traders who understand & excel in short-term trading.
                                            12/17/09
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                                              • Sovestor
                                                Investing does not equal trading. However, it is almost impossible to be successful investors if you are not great traders initially.
                                                12/17/09
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                                                  • Sovestor
                                                    Ben Stein had lunch with Warren Buffett: http://bit.ly/5Kf8xo
                                                    12/17/09
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                                                      • Sovestor
                                                        We are making large multi directional bets on various divergence. Time is ripe. .
                                                        11/10/09
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                                                            Warren Buffett on Burlington Deal & the Economy: http://bit.ly/42AzNO
                                                            11/3/09
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                                                              • Sovestor
                                                                Investors & traders should be well-prepared for shocking volatility & uncertainty. As in poker, the markets will punish unprepared minds.
                                                                11/3/09
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                                                                    George Soros Lectures Oct 2009: http://bit.ly/1EmpGT
                                                                    10/30/09
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                                                                      • Sovestor
                                                                        Investors are rightfully skeptical on consumer spending going forward. We can relate to that view. However, who knows the future really?
                                                                        10/30/09
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                                                                            When the markets is down significantly, it does not mean it will stop going down further. Simply think the consumer spending in Q4-2009.
                                                                            10/30/09
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                                                                                Remember, markets can go up or down as far as & as long as investors and traders can stay solvent especially the ones with high leverage.
                                                                                10/30/09
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