There has been a notable change in tone in the stock market, which leaves me feeling more uncertain about continuing to “buy the dip”.
Price discovery used to be a process of buyers and sellers determining fair value for an asset. Now, it’s only about supply of money vs supply of stock…even bankrupt stock.
But 20% unemployment and Nasdaq is at all-time highs…who would have thought?!
One of the major psychological benefits of #trading options is you can always structure a trade where your worst case scenario is defined, limited and known up-front. This makes getting comfortable with the uncomfortable a lot easier 😉
Like many people I speak with, I’m “mentally bearish”. The stock market is rallying, the Nasdaq nearing is new highs, while retails sales and industrial production are plummeting and we have 36 million unemployed. None if this “gels” with me. But I’m a technical trader and I don’t want to fight the tape. So what […]
The past two months has been a showdown between the real economy vs the Fed. So far, the Fed is winning. Are there any good reasons to expect that will change in the near term?
The stock market is never wrong…or right. those terms apply only to our expectations
What are the VIX, the Nasdaq and Bonds trying to tell us?