Investing after QE2

Great article on investing after QE2 (or trading for that matter), posted to by the Global Macro Monitor.

Unless credit markets begin to recover in a significant way, the source of new liquidity to drive major markets is in question, in our opinion. Flows into one market — whether it be equities, bonds, commodities, or foreign assets — will likely be at the expense at another and follow a zero-sum game.

As always, be prepared for changes in market direction by having a plan for your long term investing success.

Click here for the full post.

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