The CBOE S&P 500 Volatility Index (VIX), aka the fear index, fell below 10 this week — its lowest level since February 2007.
In 2016, a technical signal told me the stock market was going to keep rallying — and it did. Now that same signal is flashing the rally sign again.
Many traders say that unless the Dow Jones Industrial Average falls by 20%, we aren’t in a bear market. That’s a little too simple.
Fundamentals change slowly. That’s why the stock market is little changed most days. But in the long run, those boring days add up to big gains.
We could be enjoying a bull market that might last until 2028, and over the next 11 years, the Dow could reach 60,000. It won’t go straight up, though.
It’s a simple market timing rule — when the Federal Reserve raises rates three times, stocks fall. Now it’s time for the stumble … or is it?
On Tuesday, the Dow snapped its longest losing streak since 2011. It’s important to dive into the data and see what the losing streak really means.
Researchers at the Cleveland branch of the Federal Reserve have found that the “head and shoulders” pattern can be traded profitably.