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    For stocks, ‘buying the dip’ is likely to be a ‘losing proposition,’ says UBS

    This is the phase of the cycle when “buy the dip” stops working as a stock-market strategy, says UBS.

    https://finance.yahoo.com/m/0e003864...html?.tsrc=rss


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    Default Re: For stocks, ‘buying the dip’ is likely to be a ‘losing proposition,’ says UBS

    My head hurts.


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    The only chance we could possibly have to buy the dip would be if we had daily IFT's (like we used to) and could make our IFT at or around 3:30pm Eastern Time. Of course that still wouldn't guarantee that it would work.
    May the force be with us.

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