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Old 07-13-2009, 07:08 AM   #1
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Schiller "Precarious State, Stocks fairly valued but could go down a lot"

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The Financial Tube - "Precarious State": Stocks Fairly Valued But "Could Go Down a Lot," Shiller Says
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Old 07-13-2009, 08:11 PM   #2
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and of course the markets were up 2%+ today
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and of course the markets were up 2%+ today
And of course today means precisely nothing.
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And of course today means precisely nothing.
Right, today means about as much as "could go down" *heh*
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Right, today means about as much as "could go down" *heh*
True enough. But Shiller tells you what his ideas are based on, and he doesn't stray from that.

Anyway, what could it matter to you? You are making 25-60% p.a. with your special strategy.

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Anyway, what could it matter to you? You are making 25-60% p.a. with your special strategy.

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I agree with Schiller........
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I agree with Schiller........
He also said we need another stimulus package on CNBC this morning. Agree with that?


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He also said we need another stimulus package on CNBC this morning. Agree with that?


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No..........the 1st one would have worked if was an ACTUAL stimulus bill rather than a "Porkulus" bill.........
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Shiller hit the mark - don't fall in love with your vision - diversify.

What the heck after my fun little flat 1966-1982 what's a little boogey woogey in a 16-18 year trading range 2000 - 2018 while the ave P/E works it's way down to 6 to 8 range on the S&P earnings.

We've done that before - right? The raging inflation of the 70's was also one of the big periods of earnings growth.

heh heh heh - this time around I may pass on the freeze dryed food and gold. Perhaps a little pssst Wellesley might be another story.
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