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Stansberry`s Advise while Dealing with a Melt-Up

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Stansberry`s Advise while Dealing with a Melt-Up A melt up is an abrupt increment in the value of an asset often facilitated by a group thinking and not a sound investment strategy. According to a publication by Stanberry, the US stock market might be headed for a melt-up, for the first time since 1999. In the article, Steve Sjuggerud, a research employee at Stansberry, highlights his experience with melt up and meltdown in the 90s. He started trading international stocks in 1993, a time when the Chinese stock was in the, and many investors wanted a share. However, in 1994, the market started plummeting, and all investors made losses.   Predictions on Melt-Ups When the euphoria of soaring assets hit the public domain, most investors including financial advisors fear to be...