Tuesday, April 19, 2011

there’s panic selling after serious events

“Normally, when you have serious events like this, there’s panic selling. The best thing to do historically has been to wait a little while and then buy into the panic selling. In 1995 when they had the Kobe earthquake, the Japanese stock market (NYSE:EWJ) went down 25% but ended the year almost flat.” – in CNBC

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