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Newsletter #1, 2011: Market in DOWNTREND – What we can learn from Japan

You have not heard from me in a while now and that is because we have been in a continuous uptrend since December 7th last year when I sent out my last newsletter. After more than three months of uptrend the market entered a new DOWNTREND as of the close of Thursday March 11th. I sent out my short notice the next day and this is finally the follow up newsletter.

We will cover the following topics in today’s newsletter:

  • The newsletter is finally taking its first small baby steps into the www
  • A new downtrend and what it means
  • Emerging Markets gives indication of were we are heading
  • We have just witnessed the fastest doubling in the S&P 500 since 1936! But then see what happened next…
  • If the US was to see a repetition of 1937/38, maybe Japan could be a good place to put your money right now?
  • Japan might or might not be nice investment, but more importantly we have so much to learn from the Japanese
  • Everybody seems to be bullish on everything right now
  • The US housing market does not provide any supportive arguments for taking a positive stance regarding the future

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