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"Bull markets typically end when valuations are extreme, the Fed is tightening monetary policy,...

"Bull markets typically end when valuations are extreme, the Fed is tightening monetary policy, and investors are over-enthusiastic about (stocks)," writes Richard Bernstein, explaining in less space than a Market Current why he remains bullish. (full note here)
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  • Skyler Greene
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    I love the chart showing how investor sentiment has fallen off a cliff.

     

    To me, that demonstrates that a lot of the "bad news" catalysts - Europe, fiscal cliff, unemployment, etc - are already priced into the market.
    13 Aug 2012, 01:02 PM Reply Like
  • nasdaq99
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    send him a chart of amzn
    13 Aug 2012, 01:16 PM Reply Like
  • Neil459
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    The bull also ends when the government stops supporting the market. That won't happen until after the election.
    13 Aug 2012, 01:26 PM Reply Like
  • PalmDesertRat
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    bot some qid this morning at 27.86
    21 Aug 2012, 09:50 AM Reply Like
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