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Vitaliy Katsenelson

very interesting blog!

Suresh

Do you see Fidelity's sector rotation as a short term play or a reflection of a longer term macroeconomic forecast?

Although central banks have raised interest rates, there seems scant evidence of diminished money & credit supply. Do you think Fidelity is ignoring the threat of a rising consumer/producer price inflation?

Many thanks for your insight.

With best regards.

bill signorile aka the wavetimerny

3/10/2008

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BILL SIGNORILE

WELL ITS TIME AGAIN FOR ME TO POST SOME OF YOU WILL REMEMBER ME BACK IN 2007 TALKING ABOUT THE COME CHANGE FROM INFLATION TO MASSIVE DEFLATION AND A CRASH IN HOME PRICE,S BASED ON PAST MODEL WELL THE WORLD STOCK MARKETS HAVE ENTER MY WINDOW OF A MASSIVE BEAR MARKET RALLY TOP FEB 3 TO 4 WITH DOW 12 200 AND SP INTO 1349 TO 1354 WOULD ALSO ADD QQQQ INTO 58,20 WE ABOUT TO START A MASSIVE NEW BEAR MARKET LEG DOWN IN ALL WORLD STOCK MARKET BASE ON MY TIME PRICE PROJECTIONS GOLD IS AT A MOJOR CROSSROAD AS THE BULL MARKET IN METAL IS ALSO AT AN END COPPER WILL LEAD THE CRASH BEST OF TRADES ! BILL THE WAVETIMER !!

 bill signorile

it cycle low rally into 1249 to 1273 sp dax to rally into 5800 to 6000 gold to crash and bonds top now

 bill signorile

if you see my above post about the top it should read 2/8 2011

Kalisya

Depends on what your goals are as an investor. If you are ynuoger and can take more risk, you can invest in more risky assets. If your investment horizon is shorter, you may want to invest in more less risky assets such as bonds. Its important to find the correct mix between them. A rule of thumb is to take your age and subtract it from 100. For example, if you are 30, you should invest 70 percent in stocks and 30 percent in bonds.Mutual Funds are a good investment for beginners, every mutual fund trades like a stock at the end of the day. Stay away from Mutual Funds with load fees, there are many that are offered commission free, depending on your broker. Each Mutual Fund also gives you the mix of assets it has (bonds vs. stocks). The more bonds you have, the less risk.For a beginning investor, a S P 500 Index fund would not be a bad idea. Its a fund of assets mixed together to mimic the returns on the market. You will not see abnormal returns over the market because the risk you take with this investment is relative to the index.Also, if you want to control your own investments, you should look into an online broker such as Sharebuilder, Etrade, Scottrade, and Ameritrade. Shop around for different features that work for beginners and find the cheapest commission. Good luck!

ebru

You have everything wokred out but what you do if the stocks lose value, and I don't see any place for the fees that the brokerage will charge you, and while ten thousand may seem like a lot to you, its not much to them.You won't get rich on ten thousand, if you put it into a standard savings account you will have about $42 more than when you started.The best thing I ever heard about the market was that you have to consider it as legal gambling, you never put money in that you can't afford to lose, and if you are borrowing ten thousand dollars, you can't afford to lose it.

WILLIAM SIGNORILE

FLASH MAJOR AND MINOR SELL I.T. TOP WORLD STOCK MARKET BEAR PHASE CYCLE TO LEAD NEXT PHASE 8/21 TO 9/14 TOP A DECLINE AT MIN OF 11 % TO 16 WITH A HIGH DEGREE OF CRASH INTO 10/20 TO 11/13 MOVED TO 150% SHORT TODAY AT 1415 AND OEX AT 651

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