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If the market crashed and nobody noticed, did it really crash?

Investors should have a flexible concept of "market time", depending on age and wealth


IT WAS 9.30am on a Monday and I was on the way to work. Suddenly, I was gripped by an urge to sell.

Stocks were falling all around me. The Straits Times Index (STI) was down a hundred points.

It was the crash coming after two months of painful declines. I had, unfortunately, been...

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