But over the first eight weeks of 2013, such funds took in $22 billion, according to Lipper
In a choice between: being afraid of missing an opportunity as opposed to losing money, even skeptics are being forced into the market.
I did not missed my opportunity following market positive outlook from published on December 5 by:
** I Know First system**
This is in a good agreement with Warren Buffett stance, he sees "good value" in stocks.
Japanese industrial output rose for the fifth month in a row in April, increasing 1.7% on month vs +0.9% in March and consensus of +0.6%. While the increase indicates that companies have boosted output in response to a pick-up in exports, manufacturers expect production to be flat this month and to fall 1.4% in June.
Futures post big gains as Europe rallies
S&P futures +0.7%, Nasdaq 100 +0.9% after the long weekend as Europe logged moderate gains Monday and is up sharply today, the Stoxx 50 (FEZ) +1.3%. Japan tumbled anew (3.7%) on Monday, but gained 1.2% back last night.
As an extended rally prompts some strategists to raise their price targets for the year, the pessimistic ones are arguing that those prices are being supported more by performance-chasing investors than by any real improvement in fundamentals.
Brian Belski S&P500 price target of 1575 for 2013 is in a good agreement with
** I Know First system forecasts
Crash or rally?
One can take advantage of both outcomes, you "only" need to know the right direction in advance.
I did it on February 26, following this positive signals on the markets from:
* I Know First algorithmic system
** J.P. Morgan research
I understand that most of the world is programmed for a knee-jerk response to any news about the Fed. Eventually, the actual effects - both on the economy and corporate earnings - will prove to be more important. Some think that they can anticipate and "game" the reactions of others. That might be worth trying. But shouldn't we start with a better understanding of reality?
Media has been promoting equities as "the only game in town".
The bigger problem is that the Fed's agenda has been to CORRAL the HERD into equities...and - if you can believe CNBS - it's working.
Better understanding of reality? Sheesh, you're asking people to think...something the government wants to discourage.
The US Dollar is above 100 yen, Nikkei 225 is up +44.66% in 2013, It is not a surprise for me and was accurately predicted on January 9, by I Know First algorithmic system
Money is still flowing to Japan