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Keep Profits Up In The Second Lost Decade

Sample chapter from  Investing in the Second Lost Decade by Martin Pring, Joe Turner and Tom Kopas.

According to Martin Pring, January 2000 through December 2009 was one of the worst investment periods in history for stocks. To make matters worse, Pring maintains, we’re in for another lost decade. But, don’t despair. By understanding business cycles, you can earn steady profits despite disappointing market returns.

“Even during long-term bear markets . . . there are brief periods when stocks rise. And if you can anticipate when markets are going to fall again, you can take measures to protect whatever gains you have —and to keep your losses to a minimum.” –The New York Times

Read a sample from Investing in the Second Lost Decade here

Martin J. Pring is regarded as one of the best-known and well-respected figures in financial market analysis. He serves as chief investment strategist at Pring Turner Capital Group.
Joe D. Turner and Tom J. Kopas are principals and portfolio managers at Pring Turner Capital Group a money management firm dedicated to the business cycle investment strategy discussed in Investing in the Second Lost Decade.

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