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Jeremy Welch

I've read about 3 other blogs with a similar list of worrying stories. Those lists got my emotions going. Thanks for bringing me back down to earth with the reminder that this is precisely the situation where the disciplined investor does not let emotions take over.

The stock emotion game is much more exciting than steady analysis and patience. But, its the steady analysis and patience that ends with much higher returns.

The Financial Philosopher

Great point Jeremy. I've found that the prudent investor does not react to their own emotions but will react to the emotions of others. A selloff this steep and broad almost always generates some good buying opportunities...

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