I've received a carload of questions over the last few days. I can't answer each question individually, but I'll try to provide my answers to frequently asked questions.
Question -- I've been reading numerous reports from highly-regarded economists, and they all list a long litany of troubles which they warn will hit the US economy. The list runs from a housing collapse, continuing deficits, a sinking dollar, an unending war in Iraq and in Afghanistan, on and on. How can we expect the stock market to hold up in the face of so many potential disasters?