How Should Investors React to Geopolitical Shocks?
Posted on March 16th, 2011
The article I link to below expands on the themes I bring up in my weekly video. You want a double dose of “emotional selling”? You know you do. Click on the link.
Don‘t forget the unexpected happens. The “Peace Dividend” after the Berlin Wall (quite a euphoric event) saw the next 2 years in a stock market recession.
After 9/11? 6 year stock rally ensued.
It is uncertain the long term effect of the Japanese troubles. Let’s not make long term decisions based on short term emotions.
That’s what separates the amateurs from the pros. Be a pro.
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