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MADISON, Wis. — Measures by the governments to get national and worldwide financial systems back on track coupled with the stock market flip flops may lead to an increase in short term selling.

“Until we get implementation of the new tools for ‘unclogging’ the financial system, which should bolster confidence and spur economic activity, the path of least resistance for short term traders is to sell,” said Bruce Ebel, managing director, portfolio manager for MEMBERS Capital Advisors in the company’s Oct. 15 MarketLine report. “This trend could reverse quickly since it is not grounded in facts. Rather it is grounded only in worst case fears, an improbable outcome given the attention already given the problem.”

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