Preciously Right Is Very Expensive

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John Maynard Keynes said it best, “I’d rather be roughly right than preciously wrong.”

Yet investors are always striving to be preciously right.

In March’s Comprehensive Market Look I tackle this problem along with the following:

1)    The Stock Market – The S&P 500 is hitting a price ceiling and it has just formed a
       very bearish chart formation. Buy? Hold? Or Run for the Hills?
2)    The Bond Market – Since 1989 the world has been in a “global bond market” phase.
       Guess what a 30-year US government bond averages during this phase?
3)    Real Estate – Did it really just bottom?
4)    The Economy – Is there a recession headed our way in 2012? Remember the stock
       market falls, on average, 44% during a recession.
5)    Commodities – Is Oil’s breakout above $100 a precursor to $5 a gallon gas?
6)    Currency’s – If Iran, India and China treat gold like money does that make it a
       currency? And what does that mean for your local currency?

In this month’s Comprehensive Market Look, I tell all…And it’s completely FREE.

I just posted the most recent Comprehensive Market Look explaining everything. 
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