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The Perfect Storm Of The Stock Market?

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1st Gear

Hi all as above i personally feel that if Europe debt,China Property Bubble and the just annouce jump of 9.9% Jobless rate in the US....Just imagine all this happening together? I personally feel that its time to get out if not be ready to lose ur Shirt!!!

My 2 cents

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Cleared all last week. Unit trust, and stocks.

 

Hi all as above i personally feel that if Europe debt,China Property Bubble and the just annouce jump of 9.9% Jobless rate in the US....Just imagine all this happening together? I personally feel that its time to get out if not be ready to lose ur Shirt!!!

 

My 2 cents

 

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Moderator

Would be a good time to spot and pick up bargains.

This looks like the beginning of the double dip.

 

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1st Gear

Cleared all last week. Unit trust, and stocks.

 

i cleared it since march have been waiting for the durian to drop [:p]

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Neutral Newbie

doesnt seems to affect property market here leh.

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5th Gear

doesnt seems to affect property market here leh.

 

a matter of time... wait till its global recession...

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Neutral Newbie

if you have yet to cash out, you might be in for a tough time in the weeks to come.

 

eyeballing counters such as C, BAC and LVS.

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Clutched

So will they reduce our employer CPF contribution again after increasing it? lol

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Supersonic

if you have yet to cash out, you might be in for a tough time in the weeks to come.

 

eyeballing counters such as C, BAC and LVS.

 

 

There's a difference between having no cash, and havent cash out.

 

[;)]

 

 

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Supersonic

doesnt seems to affect property market here leh.

 

 

becos physical property market reacts slower and market is still full of liquidity.

 

but prolong negativity will move the market surely.

 

unless you have loads of properties like Viceroy or Zangetsu, otherwise no sweat lah.... [cool]

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Neutral Newbie

There's a difference between having no cash, and havent cash out.

 

[;)]

 

oh yes sirey [cool]

 

cut loss or minimise exposure to your paper gain(s) is the call of the day.

 

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1st Gear

buying toto might help. next draw 3mil.

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Neutral Newbie

some believe that it is just a normal correction

not forgetting that the stock market have been making fanstatic gains over the past few months

 

the PIIGS together constituent less than 3% of the overall GDP of the world - so if these dissappear it would not affect the world economy

 

if you are into stocks - humble advice start picking up good stocks along the way down

 

good luck

 

 

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2nd Gear (edited)

Cleared all last week. Unit trust, and stocks.

 

 

my agent has been against my idea of cashing out my unit trust

 

he says unit trust only move abit in contrast with stocks,

 

wads more i m more of a long term investor who has holding power of abt 5-10yrs

 

he tell me i m worrying too much

Edited by Ah_tee

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Turbocharged (edited)

I am tempted to collect some British pounds and maybe Euros given the recent historic low value.

But I am afraid I might be catching a falling knife.

Edited by Albeniz

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1st Gear (edited)

I am tempted to collect some British pounds and maybe Euros given the recent historic low value.

But I am afraid I might be catching a falling knife.

 

I have considered that too but it seems that we cannot foresee an end to the British and Euro crisis... quite dangerous.

 

Even if US economy recovering... their currency seems to be failing as well.

 

If u are more risk taking. consider AZ and NZ dollar, which are more on a high risk but stabl forex side.

Edited by Ethene

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Same here. DJ fall last night again!

i cleared it since march have been waiting for the durian to drop [:p]

 

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