And not post?If the markets were dead, I could well understand a drop off in contributions. But these are both great times and frightening times. The type of times that should be spurring conversation on so many subjects.We are looking atA falling dollarRising commoditiesRising stocksSetting 52 week highs on overall markets and individual stocksWorld eventsNew technologies and expanding old technologiesA unique situation with world financial stocksThe US getting into a position due to exchange rates of potential massive export capabilitiesThe shift in where the most oil comes fromThreats of replacing the dollarCountries that are becoming "great" financial and manufacturing powersA potential shift in investing to commodity rich economiesEarnings season against previous lowered expectations.All of these should bring on conversations of protection, balance, direction, technology, politics, potential, fact Vs fiction, fluff vs failure, the fragility of low volumes, the large caps we have abandoned, ETFs ........Where is everyone?That secure?BearsHome Fool
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