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Market Update, August 14, 2007

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Did you have a bad day today? Coming back from vacation, I found myself immersed in a number of new projects at work. In the mean time, the market keeps disappointing. Dow down to 13,028.92, S&P 500 down to 1,426.54, Nasdaq down to 2,499.12.

Updated August 15, 2007 and originally published August 14, 2007. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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avatar the Cerebral Assassin

Why is it that when the stock market goes onsale, few are willing to buy? This opportunity is great for long-term investors to buy at sale prices and getting better with every point drop.

tCA

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avatar Matt Wolfe

I did the exact same thing. I went on a vacation to Colorado about 3 weeks ago. When I left the market was still climbing day by day. I didn’t check my portfolio the entire time I was there. Needless to say, when I got home, I was less than pleased.

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avatar brett

It hurts to watch $$$ disappear these last few weeks, but I just keep telling myself that as long as I spend less than I earn (after taxes) then my daily life will not be affected.

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