Tuesday, March 4, 2008

How to tell when the bear market is over

How to tell when the bear market is over

Most people are acknowledging that times are hard, but they are still expecting an imminent recovery. Yet asset prices can fall, and simply keep on falling. So how do you know when they've hit a bottom? John Stepek explains.

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4 thoughts on “How to tell when the bear market is over

  • Landedgentry says:

    Think I’ll listen to Buffet when he says stocks still are not cheap and US is in a recession rather the small time pissant VI’s.

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  • I’d love to know what the removed comments were…

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  • It was probably the usual sparkling insights into Mayan calenders and their effect on gold prices.

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  • “It’s only when everyone has decided that stocks and house prices will never rise again, when the last bear has left the market and there’s no one left to sell , that prices will start rising again.”

    CORRECT! – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bigger_fool_theory

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