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September 30, 2008


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Excellent list of points. I pretty much agree with all of them with the exception of the 25 best/worst trading days statistic which I've always thought was a lame study (although I agree with the sentiment behind it 100%).

My biggest concern with the current meltdown is that it will go on for too long and I'll run out of fresh funds to use to to buy into the markets. I invested another big chunk yesterday but at my current rate of purchasing I've only got another 6 months of funds invest. If the market is still down in 6 months I'll be kicking myself -- or I'll need to figure out a way to get some more funds. :)

You're right, that was an excellent post. Thanks for sending me his way.

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