Long sighted

Jones, Jenny
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/14/2009, p51
In this article the author discusses the financial opportunities available in the U.S. equity market. She asserts that the decline in oil price and mortgage rate could impart a positive effect on the volatility of the market that could generate a more appealing investment values. She notes that the opportunities in the market could often happen after a long period of uncertainties that should be taken advantage to streamline operations.


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