Naysayers "Stunned" By Strengthening American Economy, Says Investment Strategist Fritz Meyer

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 15:39
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Financial economist Fritz Meyer yesterday showed RIAs evidence that the American economy is showing surprising signs of strength. “The naysayers are stunned,”  Meyer said yesterday in his monthly economic research release. About 30% of the investment advisors who attended yesterday’s session rated Meyer’s presentation with 4.56 on A4A’s five-star review system. Using Fritz Meyer’s research as the basis for your own content can be crucial to successful search engine optimization and social networking.
 
 

 

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Aren't "naysayers" stunned by any kind of positive news?
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , March 19, 2012
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agluck
Not necessarily.

It's fair to say that even optimists on the economy are surprised by its recent strength. Naysayers never saw it coming.

Naysayers are so surprised that I took the extremely rare liberty of saying they are "stunned."

But I appreciate your point.

agluck , March 21, 2012
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May more "stun-ness" come their way soon to the point where they become speechless.

This raises the question: Can a naysayer ever sustain happiness?
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , March 22, 2012
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Patricia
The only way to stay mentally healthy is to be an optimist; even if you are (temporarily) wrong at least you can still smell the roses and enjoy life. Nothing more miserable than a perma-bear who is temporarily wrong.
Patricia , April 10, 2012

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