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  • Investing Ideas_10 08 2010 review 0 comments
    Oct 8, 2010 3:53 AM | about stocks: UTX, STAR, S, K, R, LFL, DRI, B, XLF, SMH
     "Stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau"
    Irving Fisher, Economist, (1867-1947)
     
    Mr. Warren Buffett said quite recently, at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Conference in Washington:
    "They're making a mistake, the ones that are buying bonds. It's quite clear that stocks are cheaper than bonds. I can't imagine anybody having bonds in their portfolio when they can own equities, a diversified group of equities. But people do because they… lack confidence. But that's what makes for the attractive prices. If they had their confidence back, they wouldn't be selling at these prices. And believe me, it will come back over time,"
    No comments. It’s reflects the concept of our blog.
     
    The share prices are rising very slowly. It seems that the market requires a lot of good information. Yes, it is. The market needs the money as well. And this is strange, because there is much money (thanks to FED). But maybe they are now focused on emerging markets? Maybe, maybe... But money, like one famous film character, have said: “I’ll be back!”
     
    Dow Jones daily chart:
     
    Stocks: UTX, STAR, S, K, R, LFL, DRI, B, XLF, SMH
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