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"Bull or Bear?" by Jim Berg

Download Your FREE Wrap Now 19 Nov 2012 10:45 PM

In this week's FREE Wrap, Jim Berg, author of 'Shares to Buy and When' and his mentoring-style  'Investing & Online Trading' stock market newsletter, writes:

BULL OR BEAR?

Where are we with this market? It is not a bear but it is also certainly not very bullish. It is still a rising trend and we have traded it as such but it has been frustrating. 

Expert opinion is divided, as usual. Their comments/analysis entertain us but we do not trade what we feel or think so trading what the experts think is certainly not an option and never will be. 

We can discuss the influence/impact of European debt, U.S. economic growth, the fiscal cliff, low P/E ratios, reliability of Chinese economic data and black swans but let’s only look at what we know....... 

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