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Speculative Positioning Is Back To Extremes

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, In this past weekend’s missive I wrote: “So…Should I “Buy The F$(@!# NOKO?” My best guess currently is – probably. But not yet.” “In our portfolios, we will wait for confirmation the current sell-off has abated before adding additional risk exposure to portfolios. In recent years, such market tantrums have been very short-lived and have provided opportunistic entry points for increasing equity related exposure.
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