DENVER - Even when the long-term market trend is defined by falling inflation-adjusted prices, despite short-term ups and downs, there may be opportunities to root out profits.

In such a scenario—a secular bear market, as it’s called—there are ways to profitably allocate a portfolio, says Martin Pring of Pring Turner Capital Group who spoke at the annual conference of the National Association of Active Investment Managers on Monday.

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