The market is acting like it has resolved all the recent fears and worries, but that is far from the case.
A strong S&P for three days makes me leery of what's ahead, but here's an option in JNJ.
Some market participants lament that they missed the moment -- a supposed low of a generation -- but the reality is they haven't missed a thing.
These names are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
As volatility slows there should be more trading opportunities developing -- but avoid overnight risk in favor of day trades -- and know we're not out of the woods.
We're now entering a time on par with 1928, 1987, and the Great Recession.
Amid this crisis, many are likely feeling helpless, but there are productive and harmful ways to deal with it.
The economy is shaky and the fear is real, but at some point the bad news overloads us, and we have to start looking for the green shoots.
The key is to buy when risk is low and the potential for sustained upside is high -- now is not that time.
I haven't seen anything in the past three weeks that I haven't seen before, but I just can't model this reaction to Covid-19, so I can't call a bottom.