Tag: market bottom

Black Friday Predicting A Market Rally!

| November 28, 2008 | 0 Comments

Every investor I know has the same dream.  Predicting the direction of the market.  Knowing if we’re heading higher or lower in the coming weeks or months.  Having that kind of knowledge would be very powerful.  Having that kind of knowledge would be very profitable. There’s two ways to judge the direction of the markets. […]

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Fear And Panic Usually Marks A Bottom

| October 13, 2008 | 0 Comments

Just this morning I was driving into the office.  The stop and go traffic was nothing short of normal.  My to-go coffee mug was full and the sun was starting to break above the hills.  That’s when I heard a really interesting comment from the radio announcer.  “Up next, this industry’s doing well in tough […]

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Use The “Fear Indicator” To Identify Market Bottoms

| July 30, 2008 | 0 Comments

Every investor has “the” dream.  I know you’ve had it . . . I have it all the time.  It’s a little day dream when you drift off in your head.  That perfect trade.  Selling a stock you own at the peak of the market.  It’s a story to brag about.  Something to tell the […]

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Financial Stocks – Close To A Bottom

| January 23, 2008 | 0 Comments

Yesterday’s market gyrations were painful.  After seeing the global markets sell off on Monday (a holiday for the US markets), the Dow Jones Industrial Average followed suit on Tuesday.  We closed the day just under 12,000 after hitting an intra-day trading low of 11,508.  We haven’t seen these levels since September 2006. Not to be […]

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A Market Bottom?

| January 11, 2008 | 0 Comments

“When do we hit bottom?” The question seems to be on everyone’s mind these days. Some Investors have very strange ways of identifying market tops and bottoms. One popular investor listens to his mother. When she calls asking “is now the time to buy” . . . he knows it’s time to sell. If his […]

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