Has The Bear Market Rally Run Its Course?

Volatility And Liquidity Since the Bull Market peak last fall, volatility has gone through the roof.  “Volatility” is how market traders describe and measure the variation in prices or returns.  Higher volatility is a direct reflection of greater investor uncertainty AND less liquidity. Volatility determines investor perception of risk. “Liquidity” is related to volatility, but […]

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Inflection Point (Part 1): The Long Term Equity Valuation Cycle

Inflection Point: (Part 1) The Long Term Equity Valuation Cycle Most market participants would probably be inclined to agree that the markets move in somewhat cyclical fashion, but that’s about where the agreement ends.  Practitioners of cycle theory include those who ascribe to what’s known as “Elliot Wave Theory” with Robert Prechter’s “Elliott Wave Theorist” […]

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Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq Set to Open Higher: Wrong Way Corrigans Do It Again

Mr. Market has done it again.  The fear of what Monday morning might bring, combined with the “Wrong Way Corrigans” jumping  on the CRASH (“Wrong Way Corrigans of Wall Street Come Out in Droves to Yell “Stock Market Crash”) bandwagon was just too much bearishness for Mr. Market to “Bare”, but make no mistake he […]

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