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Michael

I said it before, and I am going to say it again: What we need in this country, even more than Japan, is vigorous economic growth. If other countries can grow at 10% a year, so can we! It is all a matter of putting in place the right policies and tax incentives.

This is the only way out of this mess that we are in. Strong growth reduces unemployment. This is a prerequisite for homeowners to have a paycheck to pay the mortgage, so that real estate stabilizes and the banking crisis abates.

It will also increase company profits and help the stock market move higher to help people's retirement plans catch up. Why don't we do it? Wish I knew. All the focus has been on irrelevant issues and not on this important one. Hopefully it will be addressed soon.

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Consider http://invetrics.com

Its daily DJIA index trading signal is up a respectable 77% for the year (as of December 2, 2009) and it is free of charge for individual investors.

Financial Asset Management by Michael Weiss

Having in mind that the Japanese government just unveiled its $81 Billion stimulus on December 8, the appreciation of the Nikkei index is an expectable result. It seems to me that the Nikkei stocks may be over-bought on increased investor confidence.

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