Letters: Dec. 1, 1997


"One thing is clear, dealing in the stock market is like sitting on a powder keg. Be careful, it's giving off sparks!" OMO AHIMIE Lagos, Nigeria

I have been successfully investing in the stock market for the past 20 years without relying on the Federal Reserve Board and its various chairmen, including Alan Greenspan [BUSINESS, Nov. 10]. I don't have an M.B.A., but here's my counsel:

So keep your stock, I do advise. The longer kept, the price will rise. Buy low, keep long whene'er you can. Ignore the Fed and Al Greenspan. ISA K. MUSHAHWAR Grayslake, Ill.


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