Past turmoil leaves a lasting impression on today's investors

  • Article by: PAUL SULLIVAN , New York Times
  • Updated: January 5, 2013 - 4:11 PM

Despite the uncertainties - and there were plenty of those - stocks had a pretty good year in 2012.

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ciamanJan. 7, 13 8:59 PM

What I dis-belive in this article is that the boomers no longer have the decades to deal with in recouping their lost money. We are all getting older. Their money is gone and gone forever. Stocks? I say by-by to stocks. All of those investors whom know inside people can always make money. But people like most of us are just lambs to the chopping. My suggestion? NEVER EVER buy one more stock. It is lethal period. The loop of fear I do believe and it is acting right now. And for a very long time if you would like to hang onto what money you in fact have. That is it, folks.

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mauianJan. 8, 13 1:14 PM

Hmmmmm, yes I see the stock market is booming. At the same time record numbers of people are pulling their money out as they don't trust the markets anymore. Soooooo, inquiring minds wanna know: Who's buying all these stocks? Sure isn't individual investors anymore. Something fishy here. I agree with ciaman.......avoid buying stocks forever.

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