The S&P 500 gained more than 5% in January for only the 13th time in history. Now it’s time to look at what this tells us about the rest of 2018.
By reading the many emails I receive, I know the No. 1 concern for most investors is losing money. Today, I’m going to walk you through how to overcome that fear.
It’s been more than 19 months since the last 5% dip in the S&P 500 Index. This is just the sixth time we’ve gone more than a year without a 5% correction.
One of the more popular opinions is that stocks are overbought. The problem is that few experts tell us what overbought means.
With one of the hottest sectors in recent years failing to keep pace with the broader markets, it gives us a significant buying opportunity — here’s why.
As this ratio moves lower, it starts to tell us what we can expect from the market — and right now, it’s telling us to expect a pullback.
We are in unprecedented times. Whether we like it or not, cash is going away. And this has created an excellent opportunity for investors…
There’s a reason the Super Bowl indicator works. And since it does work, that means we can even use the stock market to predict the Super Bowl.