Key stock market indices the S&P 500 and NASDAQ breached important levels last week. After a mini shakeout in the short term, I think it is likely markets “melt-up” for the next few months before this bull cycle is done.
Trading a bear market isn’t just simply doing the opposite of what you would do in a bull market because the personality of the market is so different.
The stock market feels pretty scary tight now and there are meny calling for worse to come. I explain here why this is not the time to get bearish on stocks
Have we seen a market bottom? After a very rough October, will November and beyond fare any better? I believe so. read on to find out why.
We had another pretty crazy session on Wall St on Tuesday. I know there’s a lot of fear and uncertainty out there so I wanted to provide you with a quick market update on how I’m seeing things.
In this video I highlight key levels to watch in the market and outline why I continue to give the bull market the benefit of the doubt. The trend is less certain than it was, so we need to see how things unfold. Now is not the time for fear OR complacency.
For the second time this year, the stock market got hit by a bus last week. In this article I take a look at the week’s dramatic action in the stock market and look to see whether the weight of evidence leads me to expect higher or lower prices in the future
With the exception of February this year, dips have been shallow. Tgis dip is setting us up with another buying opportunity.