Bears always sound smarter than bulls. Pessimism sounds profound and insightful, while optimism sounds shallow and naive.
Some technicians believe the market is back in a confirmed uptrend, and underinvested bulls are trying to put more cash to work
Energy stocks are hot this year. Is the winter set to only get warmer?
An ETF should be the sensible way to access the supercharged growth potential of alternative vehicles, with China by far the most-promising market.
There's plenty of liquidity and tight spreads in the options market so that presents as the most logical trade choice to me.
Finally, the technicals are looking up for small-caps.
After over a year of commenting, the SEC appears to have cleared hurdles to allow a new XIV, along with a new TVIX, to list in the near future. Will they be less 'explosive'?
Rather than futures contracts, I usually stick with the companies.
Recent poor performance has many doubters piping up on the star stock-picker.
In a real bear market, one that persists, volumes will dry up. Corrections are violent and volatile. That's where we are now.