1/18/16

Is a rally in the making?

 
The number of bears among individual investors has reached extreme levels (see above chart).

The odds favor a rally from a contrarian viewpoint. If it happens, what should you do? Should you start buying stocks again? Or, take this opportunity to go even more short?

The answer to these questions will be given by our proprietary indicators measuring momentum and financial risk.


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George Dagnino, PhD
Editor,
The Peter Dag Portfolio
Since 1977
Author, Profiting in Bull and Bear Markets


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