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so Ben threw the kitchen

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sink at the problem .. if I was the fridge I would be worried ..
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How long do you think this rally will last,Simon?
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until the ink runs out.
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no idea, post previous QE/Twist rallies got shorter and shorter .. but this time it is opened ended QE .. we wait an watch ..
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Hehe,they are cutting down all the trees to make our portfolios green.
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There's no way this could end well. is there? So what if our portfolios end green for a couple of days, months or even years. What matters is the real value of that portfolio.
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I think it depends on what they do from here forward, if theyre smart pay of their debts over time, put better controls in place, etc then in theory it could go better. In the real world though chances are the markets are gonna go up for the next couple years until the next 2008 crash and so the cycle continues. OMO
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Not if you're trading,TraderRoss.I've taken some decent profits today.If the market turns south again we go short.Who would want to be an investor in these volatile times?
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if you are an investor, monthly volatility shouldnt matter. I intend on selling my (e.g) WHL shares @ 130 in 2020, so these turbulent times dont really make mew worry, WHL is still doing fine...despite Steve Hofmeyers attempts to bring it down.
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