Tech and Business Pearls

Bloody October

Markets are going to crash within the next month, maybe today. October is the month of volatility and big crashes ('29, '88, and many other examples). Politicians are muddling around with salvaging EuroZone, decentralized group disaffection has spread to the US and New York, billionaire hedge funder John Paulson is being harassed, VIX is absurdly high, congress is playing around with crazy ideas about taxing imports from China, the second largest world economy Japan is in a nuclear sink, and the tech sector which has bolstered the economy is slowing down.

I'd keep my money out of exposure to the market's beta for a few weeks.

Update: I was wrong!

over 7 years ago on October 12 at 11:45 am by Joseph Perla in finance

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