Here’s what happens when market hits a new high

Would new Dow record set a bear market trap?
Mark Hulbert
MarketWatch, February 28, 2013

Category: Markets, Technical Analysis, Video

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One Response to “Hulbert on New Market Highs”

  1. rd says:

    The bull market is alive, so risk is still on. Meanwhile, pension funds are just starting to go the indexing route (see Calpers) while 401ks are just now starting to offer much lower cost index based offerings, so it is time for a whole new wave of investments for the unwashed masses to give the 1% the high fee income they deserve:

    Somebody is going to have to work very hard to convince me that Blackstone would be selling me the same product they are selling a huge pension fund. Somehow, I suspect that they will need to charge me an extra 1% to 2% a year in order to protect me, the small investor, from the bad things that can happen out there to unsophisticated investors (at least that will be the rationale for the additional fees).