It looks all but certain -- and, I assure you, stocks will do just fine.
Last week’s pullback was for buying.
As usual, it’s the numbers, not the news, that turns the market.
Did you buy the Dow at its .382 retracement?
This shakeout won't be a replay of the 1987 crash, but we can expect a healthy rebound.
And now it looks as though the market is going to back off a bit in the not too distant future.
So I did some buying and I will continue to maintain moderately bullish positions.
It's time to consider buying more weakness after selling into an unconfirmed high.
| Oct 05, 2012
| 11:51 AM EDT
Not sure if my initial post was clear, but here is the thesis:
People need to ask themselves if race is a factor in ques...
From last Wednesday’s lows the market has enjoyed a pretty good bounce.