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Murph

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Unless you are planning on retiring in the next two years, I wouldn't worry much about it. Look at it this way. Any shares you buy now, you are buying cheap. Eventually, the market will go back up, and your 401k will regain its value and more.

Yeah, I know... I read Pstall's thread on the issue and asked a few ?'s... I'm just gonna leave it alone. I would LIKE to retire now, but don't think I could get away with it...

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Up 64 points and they're calling that a rally. Ohhkayy...

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do i have a future at this point?...

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Considering your college you have a bright future in gloryhole maintenance

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Up 64 points and they're calling that a rally. Ohhkayy...

down 30 now.

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Interesting read in the Wall Street Journal today about Obama not doing the right things...I'll try to find a link later.

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Our President just stated he's not concerned with the ebbs and flows of the market. He's worried about the whole world picture. The bigger picture. He likened the market to a politicial tracking pol with it's ups and downs.

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Our President just stated he's not concerned with the ebbs and flows of the market. He's worried about the whole world picture. The bigger picture. He likened the market to a politicial tracking pol with it's ups and downs.

So he's posturing for his run at anti-christ now...hmmm!

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Interesting read in the Wall Street Journal today about Obama not doing the right things...I'll try to find a link later.

You mean the Journal ran an piece like that? No way. Please tend your link retrieval with the greatest urgency. :thumbsup:

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You mean the Journal ran an piece like that? No way. Please tend your link retrieval with the greatest urgency. :thumbsup:

Dude, I seriously don't read a word of what you post... I stare at your avatar too long... :D

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