Why Stock Market Investors Should Be Extremely Cautious For The Remainder Of 2019

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by: Bradley Lamensdorf
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Bradley Lamensdorf
Short only, long only, long/short equity, www.lmtr.com
Summary

Equity market volatility has been unusually low over the past few years.

And investors have been lulled into a sense of complacency that what goes up will continue to go up.

Recent gyrations in the market have brought volatility to higher, more traditional levels.

We believe the days of easy money are over and that 2019 will be a period of major volatility and high risk for investors.

Originally posted on April 15, 2019.

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