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The fourth annual True Contrarian conference in September 2012 features the late innings of a multi-year bull market. This provides a delicate balancing act, since selling too soon will rob investors of the lion's share of the profits which often occur during the final weeks of any rally. At the same time, it is necessary to prepare carefully to accumulate those assets which will gain the most during the ensuing equity bear market which will likely be roughly two years in duration and should be about as severe as the slump during 2007-2009. The incredible historic disparity between defensive and cyclical assets is a source of enormous opportunity.


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