My wife got on my case yesterday evening and stated that people should have sold our investments six months back and bought them back now. I agreed with her that could have been the smart move to make. The only problem is – what is apparent is in hindsight now.
And everyone’s a genius in hindsight. THEREFORE I quizzed her – what should we do now? Should we sell now and buy back when the Dow hits 4000 or should we stay put because the marketplace is at the bottom? Obviously her response was – I don’t know! I guess no one understands where we are headed.
Scary to the point of panic and all wish is lost. Much CNBC Too, too much negative news, too much doom & gloom begin to take its toll. Ironically – now we are overshooting on the negative by contemplating – can the Dow go to zero seriously? A worldwide recession and bear market have shaken our trust in capitalism to the extent that people are questioning the continuing future of society, economies, and countries even.
It is bad – OK it is very bad but to question if this is it may be a little too fatalistic. In my view – we are facing a financial crisis, that may abate. It shall take time, markets will change, players changes and maybe the rules will change, but eventually we will persist. It is now time to entrench, reflect, invest, and assess.
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See Publication 925 for information about aggressive activities. Ted is somebody in a relationship that works for a business. However, he will not materially participate in the partnership’s business. Ted’s desire for the partnership is known as an aggressive activity. 3,200 after taking into account the 2% limit on miscellaneous itemized deductions. 2,000 of income from the passive activity is not found in determining Ted’s net investment income. 6,800, the amount of his online investment income. Use Form 4952 to find your deduction for investment interest. See Form 4952 for more information.
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