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Playing around with asset allocations as if they were supposed to be permanent things, instead of changing with market movements is just fundamentally silly.

Like re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.

It is more reasonable to look at what the market is actually doing now, and take the appropriate steps.

For example, see

http://www.nytimes.com/reuters/business/business-column-stocks-week.html

and the following, which will most likely be updated tomorrow:

http://hsgfx:reciprocal@www.hussman.com/hussman/members/updates/latest.htm

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