are the equity markets due for a correction?

@RAPAZ68 (186)
August 1, 2007 2:42am CST
From the beginning of 2002 the equity markets have been going up. Has the Sub-Prime mortgages triggered a reversal or is the current situation better described as a healthy adjustment? Have you invested in equities? If you have, in which markets have you invested? Will you increase or decrease your equity holdings in the next month? This and more to be discussed here!
3 responses
• Singapore
20 Aug 07
Hi : Even though the FED has slashed discount rate to 5.75% on Friday, 17 Aug 2007, we are still not sure whether this could rescue the heavily damaged hedge funds, mortgage biz-related cos. like Countrywide (CFC) and those leveraged buyout debt instruments which were hot cakes just a few months ago !! You should certainly monitor closely at the few investment banking counters (GS, BSC, LEH, MS) to see whether they could survive this ordeal. Yours Truly, Tony Chai a disabled stock option trader http://options4u.blogspot.com
• India
11 Aug 07
the market is veru unpredictable at this time.. i am taking it easy and not entering into any new stocks.. but holding my portifolio..
@cmsk2005 (1770)
• United States
1 Aug 07
Hi friend WOW! Your subject is quite hard for me. I know nothing about it. Allof our these things are handled by my husband. He always tries to make me understand thisbut no, I am so .....but I have hard share is very good in US and u r from us because all of my friends has lots of shares even when they were just entered college, at that age....sorry for my bad response