I was referring to my viewpoint. When the market is down I can be overly harsh toward those who try to be helpful such as you on the rare occasions that you actually try to help me.
Actually health care costs are rising LESS than they were a few years ago. The fact is that not everyone has the same economic interest. People who are lower income or unemployed need a high growth economy. Those who are upper middle class with a secure job want slower growth and little or no inflation with high interest rates on their savings. The rich make out regardless.
You're typical of most. Sell the shares when they're on sale and buy them when they're expensive.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Then you should have said buy at 3.85 or lower. Predictions are useless. I have buy and sell targets not because they are predictions but simply to let me know when to buy or sell.
I intended to buy at 4.25 but we busted through there. I buy in 25 cent intervals. Xin is one of the most undervalued stocks I know of but people trade it incorrectly. When it moves lower most people run instead of scooping it up. And when it moves higher they can't take profits because they didn't buy when it was lower.
Energy trusts have little to do with interest rates which will remain low for years to come anyway, You need to look at how much supply the trust has left and what price they are likely to get in the coming years for that supply.