The bounce in the DJIA hasn't produced the shortest bear market in history or a new bull market.
Some industries and the economy will take longer to restart than a lot of the pundits and administration believe.
This just a very large countertrend bounce. Look for a sizable pullback and then some very choppy and sloppy action.
Profiting from Zoom, adding to Verizon and watching Microsoft as we wait for data on employment and how the fiscal support bill will play out.
This remains a bear market and the primary goal should be capital preservation.
With the Fed announcing bazooka liquidity measures as selling took a breather, it allowed the market to rally back to the next level of resistance of around 2600. But now what?
At the end of the day, investors really have only three choices to make when managing an investment portfolio -- buy, hold, or sell.
Shorter time frames help to control risk when volatility is high.
A deal has been made in Washington, but now is the time to prepare for the next big move rather than thinking the worst is over.
Lost opportunity cost can really sting, but don't try to buy in when the surge is already done.