Concern is spreading over the market's poor breadth -- let's check the indicators, new lows, and a chart showing the percentage of S&P 500 stocks beating the index on a trailing three-month basis.
But the bears, they don't trust this action. One thing is clear, however, this could go on for a while.
The desire to chase the strength is strong, but does it make strategic sense?
Dip buyers keep squeezing shorts and are preventing downside momentum from building, though that situation could change.
Equities have been by far the greatest path to maximum returns -- let's look at how to invest and my updated Top 10 stock list.
The narrow buying into tech bothers me, and here's why. Also, let's check those jammed up indicators and my big question right now.
I get it -- you're frustrated with this market. So am I, but here's what I've learned from more than 45 years of investing.
Our egos can get in the way of learning from our mistakes, but there are ways to change that outcome.
Listening to bearish and bullish arguments in the media is fine, but don't let outside voices dictate how you invest your money.
Many traders and investors worry about fear of missing out, but many lack a healthy fear of losing money, which can be even more valuable.