Psych 101 ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Psych 101

For your consideration.

I give you 2009: the year fear was vanquished.


Could there be a more fitting "psychological profile" just prior to collapse?

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sdmikev said...

Good timing for this succinct post. Is there really much left to say when Shemp proclaims that "it's wrong to worry about a tidal wave sell-off" because "we know the pullbacks in this market are shallow."

Look out below?

TC said...

I believe so.