PP and the Election

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ochotona
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Re: PP and the Election

Post by ochotona » Fri Nov 11, 2016 7:32 pm

jason wrote:It's tempting to put everything into VTI, but I know the stock marketing is going to crash right after I do that.
I always seem to have that luck too. I tried to get into the PP in a big way in early 2015, then I got monkey-hammered by gold and LT bonds also, so was the frog that leapt out of the scalding hot water.

I keep my eyes open for 30-year yields >= 4.5%, gold below $1000, and after the next stock market bear market. All at the same time. One can always dream, right?
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Re: PP and the Election

Post by EdwardjK » Fri Nov 11, 2016 9:51 pm

MachineGhost wrote:
AdamA wrote:I'm just curious as to what people think is motivating the trends in the various asset classes post election.
Economic growth.
You have a great sense of humor.
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