Mr. Robert Ferrell’s Ten Market Rules to Remember

#1.  Markets tend to return to the mean over time.

#2.  Excesses in one direction will lead to an opposite excess in 
the other direction. #3. There are no new era-excesses are never permanent. #4. Exponential rapidly rising or falling markets usually go
further than you think, but they do not correct by going sideways. #5. The public buys the most at the top and the least at the bottom. #6. Fear and greed are stronger than long-term resolve. #7. Markets are strongest when they are broad and weakest when they
narrow to a handful of blue chip names. #8. Bear markets have three stages- sharps down, reflexive rebound,
a draw-out fundamental downtrend. #9. When all the experts and forecasts agree, something else is
going to happen. #10. Bull markets are more fun than bear markets. Mr. Robert Farrell was Merrill Lynch’s chief market strategist from
1967-1992. Remembering and employing these rules will serve us well into the
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