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The Biggest Investing Danger in 2010

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December 22, 2009 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: JPM , GS , BRK-B

Here's my take on the biggest investing danger in 2010 ('biggest' may be an overstatement, there are any number to choose from -- sovereign debt crisis, commerical real estate, double-dip recession, Chinese banking crisis, early rate hike, etc. -- and I could only choose one.)

On another note, for those who are interested in following/ commenting on my analysis on a different platform, I can now be found on Twitter.

Alex Dumortier, CFA

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#1) On December 22, 2009 at 7:00 PM, awallejr (82.72) wrote:

There never is a "danger" when it comes to INVESTING only to trading. Buffett made a fortune from investing.  Others made fortunes from trading.  One takes research another takes luck. Choose research and patience and time will be your ally. 

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#2) On December 22, 2009 at 11:09 PM, TMFAleph1 (95.98) wrote:

@awallejr,

As you tell from the following excerpt from my contribution to the roundtable, I largely agree with you:

 Armed with a long-term value orientation, one can safely ignore the potential ripple effect on stock prices -- or better yet, seek to profit from it -- but it could be a landmine for weaker hands, including leveraged or momentum investors. Similarly, speculators caught holding weak financials such as Fannie Mae(NYSE: FNM) or AIG (NYSE: AIG) could pay a heavy price.

 

Best,

Alex Dumortier

 

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