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My opinion only of course - but next time there is bad news the exodus will be monumental - the central banks have had their go at correcting things - next time people will say it did not work - and they will sell sell sell sell until the market collapses.

Only my opinion of course - its not financial advice - you need to speak to a properly qualified financial advisor to ascertain your true risk - I'm not qualified - I'm just going on gut reaction and whats good for you may not be good for me or vica versa so get professional advice (and also get them to put it in writing so as you can sort out the rascals if a crash should come).

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My opinion only of course - but next time there is bad news the exodus will be monumental - the central banks have had their go at correcting things - next time people will say it did not work - and they will sell sell sell sell until the market collapses.

Only my opinion of course - its not financial advice - you need to speak to a properly qualified financial advisor to ascertain your true risk - I'm not qualified - I'm just going on gut reaction and whats good for you may not be good for me or vica versa so get professional advice (and also get them to put it in writing so as you can sort out the rascals if a crash should come).

Your gut feelings are worth more than a thousand 'professionals'.

I think you're right.

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My opinion only of course - but next time there is bad news the exodus will be monumental - the central banks have had their go at correcting things - next time people will say it did not work - and they will sell sell sell sell until the market collapses.

Only my opinion of course - its not financial advice - you need to speak to a properly qualified financial advisor to ascertain your true risk - I'm not qualified - I'm just going on gut reaction and whats good for you may not be good for me or vica versa so get professional advice (and also get them to put it in writing so as you can sort out the rascals if a crash should come).

....is there not a fee for Financial Advice.....?...from whom?...the lenders....the brokers...or 'independants'....?.....just give us the link...it's cheaper....!..... :o:o:o

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....is there not a fee for Financial Advice.....?...from whom?...the lenders....the brokers...or 'independants'....?.....just give us the link...it's cheaper....!..... :o:o:o

Financial adviswhores.

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There must still be a couple of biggies out there. They try and 'solve' everything in the back rooms. Only, it does not always work. E.g. if people want there money back but they're darn is none.

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The recent recovery has been very half-hearted. I agree with the above sentiment and feel that the Fed and other central banks have played their last card, but all they did was delay what the markets will do in the next weeks or months...totally nosedive. Just as the BOJ did everything they could and failed, so the Fed and ECB will prove impotent in stalling the inevitable. The hyper cynical and loony among us will say it was all done at public expense to help those in the loop get out in time, while the rest of us suckers with our pension funds full of dodgy derivatives will be left for the vultures.

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A couple of quotes for you all to mull over in this 'pre-crash/bull trap' period!

"If stock market experts were so expert, they would be buying stock, not selling advice."

Norman Augustine

US aircraft businessman (1935 - )

http://www.quotationspage.com/quote/36807.html

"There is no way in which one can buck the market."

Margaret Thatcher

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn41...06/ai_n14157089

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