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I think the crucial consideratiopn is how much you have in cash-like assets to wait out a possible long sideways or down market. If you have bonds to cover the next 3 to 5 years of expenses, then I would be looking to get into the market at these prices or lower. When you have money to invest (that is after current and near future--3 to 5 year--expenses are provided for) then you should prey for market bottoms.

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