2010 Review / 2011 Preview

This week is my annual 2010 review and 2011 preview.

I start out by talking about what I got right and wrong from my 2010 preview 12 months ago (you mean I’m accountable?)

I then talk about reasons to be bullish countered by reasons to be bearish on 2011.

I conclude my video with specific actions I’m taking with my clients. This includes

* What I’m doing with my bond exposure

* How I’m allocating amongst large cap, mid cap, and small cap

* What I’m watching as an indicator of market health

* What sector I like for a long term buy over the next decade

This is my 2011 action item video. While I want you to watch all of my videos that come out each week, if you can only watch one then this is the one.

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