SPECIAL REPORT The Rescue Stocks back away from highs Wall Street retreats as investors plead exhaustion after propelling the S&P nearly 50% in five months. Central bank meeting on tap. By Alexandra Twin, CNNMoney.com senior writer Last Updated: August 10, 2009: 6:02 PM ET … “If someone is not going to be fully invested now, I don’t know when they would be,” said Will Hepburn, president
“Buy low, sell high has two parts, and most of the world focuses on just the first part,” says Will Hepburn, a Prescott, Ariz., money manager and president of the National Association of Active Investment Managers, whose 200 or so members practice a variety of alternatives to buy-and-hold investing.
SPECIAL REPORT Issue #1: America’s Money Crisis Stocks stage comeback Wall Street gains at the end of a choppy session. By Alexandra Twin, CNNMoney.com senior writer Last Updated: January 16, 2009: 6:48 PM ET …Because a lot of the weak results have already been priced in to the market, the reaction to the earnings could be muted, said Will Hepburn, chief investment officer at Hepburn Capital
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One of the best ways to survive today’s market chaos, according to Will Hepburn, is to gravitate to companies that produce or sell products or services that consumers need no matter what. Example: Even during periods of rising unemployment, families will have to buy food… household supplies like toilet paper… school supplies… and even training for re-employment. Hepburn’s picks include…