I'm thinking this may be a time when the old K.I.S.S. principle comes into play.
And we probably need to go lower before we can go higher.
I found two very interesting takeaways from Monday's sharp market reversal.
Counting on analysts to warn you to take profits at the top, or load up when valuations are low, is a fool's game.
Let's compare the market today to the last time the Fed engineered a soft landing.
A slew of earnings reports coming the next few days are going to help determine the course of the market going forward.
These products offer traders the ability to speculate, or hedge interest-rate risk, in a relatively conservative and comfortable manner.
Typically the bulls take control of the markets now, and they continue to lead the way into the summer months. But It's just not happening.
Sometimes it's better to be in cash as there really is no place to hide.
Let's recap some of the main worries behind the selloff. Unfortunately, I think the trading action gets worse before it gets better.