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February 02, 2013

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vfvfv@gmail.com

not correction but secular bear reversal, balloooooon feds and goldmanite muppets blowed is busting. i warn you, within 1 yr time dow, sp and russell will plunge well over 30% and lemmings will be doped again.
don't trust banksters speculative bubbles.

wkevinw

The bulls have to have some more pain. However, I have been long during the run. There will most likely be some sell signals in the coming few months.

http://www.aifunds.com/sites/aifunds.com/files/Chart_of_the_Week_1-25-2013.pdf

The Federal Reserve Board, in its latest Flow of Funds Accounts of the
United States, reports open-end mutual funds sold $36.6 Billion in equities
during the first nine months of 2012. Over the same period, exchangetraded
funds (ETFs) were net purchasers, buying $87.7 Billion in stocks of
publicly traded U.S. financial and non-financial corporations. Sales by
mutual funds of the open-end variety were more offset by purchases by
ETFs. Nor was 2012 anomalous. As the chart shows, ETFs have been
taking share from open-end mutual funds for the better part of the last decade

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