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Why We May Still Have a Buying Opportunity Staring at Us - But Not for Long.

By Malcolm "Project Fear" Stacey | Saturday 7 September 2019


 


Hello Share Feelers. You'll have noticed tht the Dow is once again tickling all-time highs. This is odd, given that the trde war with China shows little sign of cooling down. However, the big American traders have always had more optimism in their genes than their UK counterparts. The health of American shares may also have something to do with US traders prefering to invest in their home grown stock rather than risk it with Brexit-torn Blighty and indeed with the rest of a beleaguered Europe

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