Here's what we need to get a bigger rally.
Such bounces seemingly have been the norm for a while, but circumstances this time are quite different than any time since 2008-2009.
Something tells me there will plenty of 'Black Friday' bargains to be had this year.
The biggest problem is that it is impossible to accurately discount what the future may hold because it is so uncertain.
Here's why we should pay attention to the 30-Year U.S. Treasury Index, the transports, and, wait for it, ARKK.
The action is not easy to game.
It's really very simple.
Now is not the time to build longer-term positions.
Because markets start the week technically oversold, I'm suggesting slicing and dicing portfolios into baskets.
Chinese stock markets have offered surprising strength while a weak yen will boost profits of Japanese firms that reap most of their sales overseas.