Bull or Bear?

Last week, I went in on margin to invest in a company I have been following for a while, that fell 30% in the last month. So far I am up on the trade, but went in with the intention of it being a long-term investment. However, I have a horrible feeling that this market is way overinflated and it may not be the time to go in on margin. The market keeps going up, but all I seem to hear about in the news is the demise of America and high unemployment. Who is a bull and who is a bear for the 12 months ahead of us?

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