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Looking to take some profits? U.S. shares look relatively expensive, says Barron's

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  • leopardtrader
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    This type of publication by Barron is one of the reasons equity will keep moving higher as skepticism/skittishness throw out the weak in the hearts and compensates those that have the brain the sit their positions in this parabolic rally that is just in its infant.

     

    Many people keep talking about year end as if it makes any difference to the colour of $$$. Money has no colour or time horizon..so even if you make that on Christmas day ..that would be terrific lol

     

    Also did Barron get long at the lows ? Or just talking ??

     

    Disclosure: Very bullish and long ..I entered on time as well http://bit.ly/17oHfwS

     

    See my most recent portfolio as well http://bit.ly/17VyBEu
    23 Nov 2013, 03:55 PM Reply Like
  • leopardtrader
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    Also this exactly when one needs Jesse Livermore to correctly make sense of the underlying as here http://bit.ly/19Ryo1D
    23 Nov 2013, 04:03 PM Reply Like
  • Brian Bobbitt
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    This is too simple, I usually have to decide when to take a tax loss. This time I will be short, put in a trailing stop,and we'll meet at the coffee shop and discuss our next win.
    LET THE WINNERS RIDE!!!
    LET THE STOPS TAKE THEM OUT. Get a discipline and follow it.
    Capt. Brian
    The Lost Navigator.
    23 Nov 2013, 05:32 PM Reply Like
  • Stone Fox Capital
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    No doubt the emerging markets are cheap.
    23 Nov 2013, 05:56 PM Reply Like
  • SoldHigh
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    The market has overshot to the upside, but "you can't fight the Fed."
    23 Nov 2013, 05:58 PM Reply Like
  • nemonemo
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    Sector rotation will certainly happen. US equities will sell off and Latim and Asian will rise.

     

    Also commodities will rise.
    23 Nov 2013, 06:19 PM Reply Like
  • RS055
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    I wonder what it was in Sept 2008 that somehow stopped savvy folks from "taking profits" or "rotating" - I mean there was plenty of time right? So no one got hurt in that big nasty decline?
    23 Nov 2013, 07:15 PM Reply Like
  • mjs_28s
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    "So no one got hurt in that big nasty decline?"

     

    Only those that sold out and sat on the side lines. That was a quick, but deep, bump in the road. Only up over 150% since then using indexes like the DJIA. Don't forget about dividends since then as well.

     

    I was in and still am. So if you asked me about 2008/2009 it is just a pothole on a long road.
    24 Nov 2013, 01:59 PM Reply Like
  • RS055
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    I mean - you see a decline coming, but you can just ride the trend until you get the sign to get out - right? Just like in Sept 2008?
    23 Nov 2013, 07:21 PM Reply Like
  • DeepValueLover
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    "Taper" is the economic version of Bigfoot or The Great Pumpkin.

     

    Keep waiting to see it...it will be a long wait.

     

    Expect gold to drift higher as each week passes without a taper.

     

    Trillions more dollars in existence every year...but ounces of gold can't hope to keep up the pace of dollar creation.

     

    Gold is priced in dollars.
    23 Nov 2013, 10:13 PM Reply Like
  • Tutor
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    Couldn't agree more. With a tool like the trailing stop, why bail. End of year is historically a great time to be in, not out.
    24 Nov 2013, 05:32 AM Reply Like
  • smitsky
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    Last week Barron's said the wasn't a "bubble" in most US equity issues. This week Barron's is saying that US equity issues are looking "relatively expensive." Which is it Barron's?
    24 Nov 2013, 10:06 PM Reply Like
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