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Subject: the eight bagger with pay Date: 10/11/2012 1:24 PM
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make a few assumptions with me on this trip......

the markets do go down.....and somewhere under 10k on the dow the markets become a buy with a yield of 5% on value stocks as value mutual funds dump or capitulate when the retail buyers run from their mutual funds in total fear.....

there wont be much other selling of value stocks by anyone else.....there never really is......

you get in to a value fund such as Vanguard's Admiral fund 0506 with the ultra low fees....and a somewhat higher dividend.....the fund encompasses some 240 plus stock issues......

the bear market is not over, but as from 2009 to 2011 the market more or less doubles.....and the 0506 also more than doubles......

then we enter the bull market....about four to five years from now.....and the value funds rise by at least 15% per they did in the 1950s and fact the real rate of rise was 19% or there about for both decades......

dividends keep on climbing each year.....

at 15% in ten years you have four times your money......that is after the initial double......

8X your money and dividend growth all the way to the bank......

cya in 15 years......

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