Why people are missing the stock market boom
Despite the Dow's historic rise, many potential investors remain on the sidelines, preferring to put their money into real estate and gold.
" preferring to put their money into real estate and gold." ..... LMAO - More like groceries and gasoline.
I will gladly miss out on this pull back before re-investing.
If MSN says it's time to buy --
You better sell fast...
"But the last 15 years have been an extremely turbulent period"
The tech bubble, housing bubble, slight *&^%%$$# recession etc.
Most inexperienced investors want the fast, shiny rewards with no risk. Invest ten bucks and be a millionare by the of of the week.
I've sold underperformers as part of a plan during this period but never pulled my money out of the market.
So long as interest rates remain low, and the federal government continues to print paper money, the stock market will give the appearance of "all is well." It's intended to last out Barrack's tenure.
But all is not well. And you are being led a merry dance around Wall Street. All to prop up your phony and his cronies in D.C.
The Kool-Aid crash: Keep drinking. There is poison in this brew. Albeit, slow poison, the result shall be the same. Arsenic kills, be it a large dose, or many smaller doses.
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