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Finance For Dummies

Finance For Dummies offers personal finance information on investing, retirement investing, finance, insurance, credit cards, loans and more. Personal finance education is our goal.

Tuesday, August 15, 2006


The stock markets has cycles and at certain times certain asset classes or sectors can be in or out of favor. If you chart out sectors and asset classes you will see specific times when a sector is in favor and then will have a down period. So if you can find companies or mutual funds with good earnings and future growth with a P/E under the benchmark you can sometimes ride a strong wave to excellent stock market performance. On the other hand, the opposite can happen as well. So consider these factors when investing in non-retirement funds.


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