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ResNullius wrote:
Well, to each their own, but I much prefer to buy stocks when the market is nearing a bottom, as opposed to buying at the top. If I had additional funds to invest, I most certainly would be investing in equities.

I agree! If i had spare cash I'd be buying stocks with both hands. I loved yesterday. The DOW would drop then recover. I visualized a bunch of scared novice investors dumping their mutual funds while a bunch of investing veterans were buying the stocks getting dumped by the mutual funds to pay for the redemptions.
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