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Fear and Buying or Fear and Loathing…Preparation Matters

The great thing about fear in the markets is you do not need to get fancy to make money. I got fancy last Monday and I paid. I wish I had waited until Friday’s panic to make all my buys. Friday afternoon I was buying and sharing on Stocktwits in real time. I stuck to the boring S&P index and Amazon. Here I mentioned that I was buying $SPY (1-30 pm est). Continue reading Fear and Buying or Fear and Loathing…Preparation Matters at Howard Lindzon.
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