Monday , 1 June 2020


Stock Indices

Stimulus Won’t Prevent Next Leg Down In U.S. Stocks Here’s Why

After the current counter-trend rally fizzles out and the primary bear market trend resumes, in the course of the next leg down, U.S. equity prices will collapse significantly below recent lows and establish a bottom somewhere between the range of approximately 1900 and 1500 on the S&P 500 index. In this article I explain why that is the case.

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Should Technical Analysis Be Ignored? We Think So – Here’s Why (+3K Views)

The Web is crawling with technical analysis (TA)...[and,] given its popularity, [begs the questions as to whether or not there] really is something to it. [Based on our research,] the short answer is no, not really, at least not in developed markets like the US or the UK... Furthermore, most of the popular TA indicators that are bandied around are nonsense jargon and should be ignored as useless noise. [Let us explain our position.] Words: 2143

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