But 20% unemployment and Nasdaq is at all-time highs…who would have thought?!
Amid huge volatility, records have been broken in the stock market over the past couple of weeks. Is this a buying opportunity or is there more pain ahead?
“Is the selling over?” This is a question nobody can answer with any certainty. But in financial markets we are only ever dealing with probabilities, never certainties. And from my viewpoint, the probabilities strongly favour at least a short-term bounce from here.
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.
The broad stock market indices have given no indication of the violent struggle between growth verses value. Here I discuss this sector rotation, whether it is likely to continue and the outlook for stocks generally.
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.