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Staying Afloat in a Global Sea of Red

If you’ve been invested in a stock market anywhere in the world over the past month, then I feel your pain.

That’s because no one who’s been invested in the market (myself included) has made any money in their long stock positions, particularly over the past four weeks.

Indeed, even the past three months have been a tough slog for most stock markets around the world.

To give you a sense of just how rough the equity market seas have been of late, consider that of the 46 global stock markets I monitor daily at my firm Global Guru Capital — not a single one is in positive territory for the past month.

Read more about how global markets are faring in 2014 so far at Eagle Daily Investor.

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Staying Afloat in a Global Sea of Red

If youâ??ve been invested in a stock market anywhere in the world over the past month, then I feel your pain.

If youâ??ve been invested in a stock market anywhere in the world over the past month, then I feel your pain.

Thatâ??s because no one who’s been invested in the market (myself included) has made any money in their long stock positions, particularly over the past four weeks.

Indeed, even the past three months have been a tough slog for most stock markets around the world.

To give you a sense of just how rough the equity market seas have been of late, consider that of the 46 global stock markets I monitor daily at my firm Global Guru Capital — not a single one is in positive territory for the past month.

Read more about how global markets are faring in 2014 so far at Eagle Daily Investor.

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Nicolas A. Vardy is the London-based International Economics Correspondent for Human Events.

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