Market Meltdown = Opportunity

I wrote about the stock market meltdown a few days ago.

Today’s picture is worth a 1,000 words…

Click here to SEE a Year-By-Year ASX Stock Market Return Histogram

You know the saying, buy LOW sell HIGH, when would NOW be a good time to buy?

Onward and upward!
Dr Marc Dussault

Australia’s #1 Exponential Growth Strategist

P.S.

You KNOW I’m going to quote this post in X months/years from now…

The FIRST question is “What is your decision-making horizon?”

Of course your second question is “what should I buy?”

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3 Responses to “Market Meltdown = Opportunity”


  • Dear Sir,
    I came across your blog while surfing and I had to respond to your item ” Market Meltdown”.
    Your extrapolation of the meaning of this graph is quite erroneous.
    The main problem is that these figures only address calender year percentage profit and losses, which is misleading at best.
    Take for example the the meltdown in the Depression: the peak to trough meltdown (Sep 1929 to Jun 1932) was of the magnitude of -87.5%! Calendar Year statistics nicely hide these facts.
    There is a reason why brokers like Golden Sachs JB Were put out graphs like this one!

  • wow, awesome diagram! really gives the idea of where the markets are…

  • Brian,
    I am not sure I really understand what you’re trying to say. The table identifies what it reflects and history has shown that the recovery is ‘inevitable’.

    The only question is whether someone wants to (and can!) take advantage of it.

    This post is NOT investment advice, but an example of seeing things from a DIFFERENT perspective.

    You can take it or leave it, but at least you’ve done what most people don’t do – CONSIDER and EVALUATE it as a perspective.

    Well done.

    Onward and upward!
    Marc

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