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This market has had a tendency to punish anyone who reacts too quickly to signs of trouble. The irony is that we are so stretched and in need of a little weakness that it is tough not to be vigilant and move fast at the first sign of trouble. We know this one-sided action won't last forever, and if we can time our exit right, it will pay off nicely.
Unfortunately, the problem with being highly reactive to market action is that there are many false signals. That is still much better than being anticipatory, but when you react to weak action and we immediately turn back up it can be frustrating....129 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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