Wednesday, September 8, 2010

The Markets Are Rarely Wrong: Flat GDP For Years to Come; Be Opportunistic

(Side note: This is my post number 1,700). The honour of this post goes to Ross Healy, who appeared on BNN yesterday. A great analysis of the markets, simple, straightforward, and silly things like low forward P/Es.

Stock market has not adjusted to the reality that GDPs and the economy will be flat. Investors need to be opportunistic. For example, while Apple explodes, RIMM implodes.
Among his comments: The market is rarely wrong, it smells things out. Do not buy CSCO, RIMM, etc. Stocks all breaking lower.

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