It is a repeat of the scenario that played out in both 2010 and 2011.
June, 2012 Archive
Spain is home to some of the world’s finest multinational companies, and the crisis has created absolute steals that we may not see again in our lifetimes.
Oversold markets are like a tight rubber band. As fear subsides, the market will snap back.
Amin Khakiani, manager of the Quantitative Hedging and Quantitative Broad Index models, is positioning for more volatility.
Manager Patrick Larkin of the All Cap Value Model highlights his market moves in May.
The odds of the market sliding below its 200-week moving average is about 8.5%, according to the latest data from Jeffrey Saut, strategist at Raymond James.
Management reported earnings in May and I finally heard a tone that makes me think they are on the right track.
What's your rational side saying? Don't buy that stock, right? Then you hear this voice...
I expect a rally at any time given the oversold position of stock prices.
This position is diversified with long bonds, a short China position, and gold.