Who says you can't time the markets? Let's look at some methods technical analysts and others use to identify market bottoms.
We have another bounce try this morning, but stay extremely cautious as oversold conditions have not mattered of late.
It's well-known that some of the biggest and best bounces occur in the worst markets, thanks to poor positioning. But here's the problem that traders can face.
With 10-Year Treasury yields, it isn't where it's been, it's where it's headed.
Amid this market mania, let me show you why when stocks you like get cheaper than you ever thought possible ... consider buying more to average down.
It is important to know what type of market participant you are.
The first step in effectively navigating a bear market is to accept the fact that there is one.
The primary reason so many smart people are very poor traders and investors is that they lack this one ability.
My bearish stance served me well until recently, and now I'm following the winds of change.
Let's see how this story could unfold for investors -- and what strategy might win the happiest ending possible.