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  • Dr. Paul Price commented on The Science of Hitting's article 02-03 22:03
    Why I'm Moving Slowly as Markets Fall
    With the Standard & Poor's 500 down roughly 5% in January and continuing to move lower in the early days of February, I’ve noticed an uptick in...
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    Dr. Paul Price 02-03 22:03
    • If you hold 20% cash it means you've also thought it proper to own the other 80% of your portfolio holdings at what used to be much higher prices. 

      The average stock was down 24% from its 2015 high by the end of last year, and likely more than that so far in 2016. 

      If you didn't sell your previous holdings at 20% - 30% above current levels it's hard to imagine you can't see decent returns from today's better entry points.

      Anyone who still had major cash near the 2009 lows just wasn't paying attention to absolute values.

      Stocks and markets could always go lower, even when cheap. That doesn't mean you should pass up current bargains which meet all your criteria.  






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