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Looks like it is almost time to start investing in the stock market!

The FTSE is starting to look like value for money. Warsaw hasn't been hit too bad.

All I need now is some cash!

Re: Looks like it is almost time to start investing in the stock market!

Many stocks still have a way to go down. Same with house prices.

Re: Looks like it is almost time to start investing in the stock market!

Looks like it is almost time to start investing in the stock market!

The FTSE is starting to look like value for money. Warsaw hasn't been hit too bad.

All I need now is some cash!

hmmm hmm

Re: Looks like it is almost time to start investing in the stock market!

The beginning of October appears to have defined the current point for the FTSE.
http://www.londonstockexchange.com/LSECWS/IFSPages/HistoricalChartPopup.aspx?sym=1191205.FTSE

and for the WSE
http://www.gpw.pl/zrodla/informacje_gieldowe/statystyki/pdf/kwartalne/2008_K3.pdf

I for one would maintain a cash position a bit longer, but certainly would not sell any current equity position regardless of the journey it has taken.

Re: Looks like it is almost time to start investing in the stock market!

The FTSE was about 3750 then ...
Has anyone noticed the continuing collapse of the pound?