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NASDAQ
6624.22
+0.56
+0.01%
 
S&P500
2561.26
+1.9
+0.07%
 
NYSE
12371.021
+21.051
+0.1705%
 
AAPL
159.76
-0.71
-0.44%
 
AABA
67.79
+1.01
+1.51%
 
GOOG
992.81
+0.63
+0.06%
 
DAX
31.27
+0.17
+0.54%
 
^HSI
28159.09
-552.67
-1.92%
 
^N225
21448.52
+85.47
+0.40%
 
VZ
48.65
+0.25
+0.52%
 
NASDAQ
6624.22
+0.56
+0.01%
 
S&P500
2561.26
+1.9
+0.07%
 
NYSE
12371.021
+21.051
+0.1705%
 
AAPL
159.76
-0.71
-0.44%
 
AABA
67.79
+1.01
+1.51%
 
GOOG
992.81
+0.63
+0.06%
 
DAX
31.27
+0.17
+0.54%
 
^HSI
28159.09
-552.67
-1.92%
 
^N225
21448.52
+85.47
+0.40%
 
VZ
48.65
+0.25
+0.52%
 

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The objective of our research providers is to enhance fund management performance by providing timely, accurate and predictive forecasts to our institutional fund clientele. The firm’s institutional clients are located in the US, Europe and Far East. Our staff is available and responsive to assist fund managers with any questions regarding their service.

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Playing Defense if Stocks Drop

Investors are understandably worried about a reversal of stock-market highs

by Robin Goldwyn Blumenthal

With stock markets again reaching new highs last week, investors are understandably worried about a reversal. Strategist and publisher Michael Belkin has a portfolio for those who are looking for the exits.

“We’re in a crazy bubble based on central banks’ quantitative easing,” says Belkin, publisher of the Belkin Report, an institutional newsletter on asset management that has its own proprietary investment model. The model’s long-term forecast turned bearish at the 2000 and 2007 market tops and bullish at the 2002 and 2009 bottoms. He sees similarities in today’s market, including fears about a recession, to the tech-driven bubble of 2000.

 

 

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