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There is always opportunity but there just happen to be many more when the masses panic like in late November and early March.

I would spend as much time as you can creating 'watch' lists of solid companies you would like to hold for years. Another list could contain small-caps if you are so inclined. The easiest way to monitor these lists is set price alerts at a financial website like GlobeInvestor. You can have the alerts texted or emailed so that you can use some dry powder.

I can tell you from personal experience that there is much 'comfort' in being paid regular dividends while waiting for stock prices to rise. In fact if you invest principally for dividends/distributions than you shoold not care too much what the stock price is doing at any time.

I personally do not discount a large correction or even new lows which would be great.
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