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   Strategies & Market TrendsCrash, When will it come ?


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From: Qualified Opinion12/21/2019 12:41:00 PM
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From: Qualified Opinion1/4/2020 11:23:18 AM
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From: Qualified Opinion1/13/2020 11:25:18 PM
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From: Ms. Baby Boomer1/15/2020 12:36:07 PM
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A Stock Market Crash Is Lurking Around the Corner...

The U.S. stock market crash could be triggered by the overvaluation of companies and their failure to register earnings growth in 2020...

ccn.com

Sell the News....

Cassandra

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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (1000)1/16/2020 8:59:30 AM
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There could be eventual sector rotation especially out of overvalued tech.
Disappointment by one of the momo tech stocks could trigger it.

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To: Qualified Opinion who wrote (1001)1/16/2020 10:15:16 AM
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IT is a Bubble waiting to pop...

Just like the Dotbombs....

en.wikipedia.org

Cassandra

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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (1002)1/16/2020 10:58:43 AM
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One idea you may not have considered.
U.S. debt can't be repaid in a normal way.
I'm out stocks except for integrated oil companies based overseas.
Oil priced in U.S. dollars.

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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (1002)1/16/2020 1:18:04 PM
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The last time this ‘clear danger
sign’ flashed in the stock market
was in 1999, and we all know
what happened next...




“Over-priced IPOs usually occur toward the end of a long bull run when stocks in general become very overpriced,” Lamensdorf wrote. “Why does this happen? Generally because investors have lost their sense of reality. They are willing to buy stocks on hyped stories instead of the facts.”....

marketwatch.com

Cassandra

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