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"The current bull market might be one of the strongest of our careers, says Richard Bernstein,...

"The current bull market might be one of the strongest of our careers, says Richard Bernstein, believing the next 4 years may rival the 4 beginning in 1982. Concerns of the current cycle are not unique, he says, saying now as then investors are concerned with the Fed, Iran, slow-growth, and the last decade's poor returns. "Many investors still do not even believe that a bull market is underway."
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  • Herr Hansa
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    The problem now is all the hot central bank cash being thrown around. This is a market on steroids, completely addicted to stimulus. To sustain such a market would lead to ever greater devaluations of major currencies. There is no way this is sustainable for another four years, though we might find the next two years to provide good returns. Eventually the hot money flows need to be reduced to trickles.
    7 Mar 2013, 03:18 PM Reply Like
  • Rousseau SC
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    The "investors" that don't know we are in a bull market don't have the will or resources to invest enough money to influence the market.
    7 Mar 2013, 03:20 PM Reply Like
  • glennbahia
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    The mystery of this "bull" market (with mediocre to poor fundamentals eg. govt. deficits, high unemployment etc) as compared to the 80s bull is easily explained. As clear as the difference between Volcker and Bernanke.
    8 Mar 2013, 03:43 AM Reply Like
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