If investing in the share market seldom felt as uncomfortable as in 2016, you are by far not alone. Downdays make one wonder whether enough is held in cash, while a few days of rallies immediately raises the question whether cash should be in the market instead of on the fence. This is typical bear market behaviour. Uncomfortable and worried when share prices move up. Uncomfortable and worried when they're falling. Maybe my bear market diaries can lighten up the mood, elevate spirits and provide enough confidence to weather the toughness of 2016. To be continued, of course... (VIEW LINK)

James Marlay

An enjoyable read Rudi