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Marc Faber - Hindenburg Omen & 450 On S&p

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pk7YWeHvfWc

Faber makes and interesting point here but is often missed by the fixed income lovers on here.

The very fact that talk of the Hindenburg Omen and S&P falling to 450 is being covered by the daily press and joe public is good for stocks.

Many on here can't understand this but markets rise on pessimism. The fall on euphoria.

Bonds are now in the euphoric stage.

TREASURIES HAVE BEEN RALLYING SINCE SEPTEMBER 1981.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pk7YWeHvfWc

Faber makes and interesting point here but is often missed by the fixed income lovers on here.

The very fact that talk of the Hindenburg Omen and S&P falling to 450 is being covered by the daily press and joe public is good for stocks.

Many on here can't understand this but markets rise on pessimism. The fall on euphoria.

Bonds are now in the euphoric stage.

TREASURIES HAVE BEEN RALLYING SINCE SEPTEMBER 1981.

I think you have major misunderstandings of the markets.

The only time when markets rise on pessimism is when they have been heavily sold off so there are no more sellers left and only buyers.

The only time the markets crash on euphoria is at the top when everybody has bought already and there are no more buyers left to sell too.

Generally the markets drop on pessimism and rise on optimism.

The best time to buy is during periods of pessimism because you are more likely to be buying at market lows in general. Although you may lose money in the short term you will gain over the long term buy buying only during periods of pessimism and selling during periods of optimism.

Hope that clears it up for you.

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