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msg #72229
Ignore TheRumpledOne
3/7/2009 5:56:30 PM

You have to look at the AFTER HOURS ACTION!!

Not Friday's closing prices.

2,817 posts
msg #72240
Ignore chetron
3/8/2009 12:50:28 AM

sorry, tro. the oops was in regard to your posted symlist which left off the last fetcher bracket.


671 posts
msg #72244
Ignore miketranz
3/8/2009 10:37:55 AM

Dump the 401k? The big question is,how bad do you need the money? What percentage of your 401k is tied into the market? How much money did you already lose? Could you stand to lose another 25%,which is a possibility.Most of the people I talk to are in the 50% loss zone.With the skyrocketing cost of living today,it's a wonder that people have any savings left at all.If you live below your means and have money saved,you will weather the storm.However,if you lived like the rich but are'nt rich,then you'll have a problem adjusting...........

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