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A Normal Correction…but

A Normal Correction…but

Over the last 20 years 10-20% corrections in the S&P 500 Index have been fairly normal.  The current one is quite different.  Bonds have tanked as well.  This has added a more intense amount of pain for investors, hence the very high levels of bearish sentiment.  ...
Helluva Week

Helluva Week

Some color from Ryan Detrick:  History was made this week. For only the 5th time ever, the S&P 500 gained at least 1% for 4 consecutive days. This rare occurrence is also quite bullish, as a year later it has been up more than 20% every single time with an average...
Looking Forward to April

Looking Forward to April

April 2020 saw huge gains(+12.7%) for S&P 500 Index.  The gains that followed were not a surprise if you read the history.   Stocks love April, so what’s next?:  14 out o the last 15 years stocks have closed higher in April.   More good news(from the desk of...
Embrace The Decline

Embrace The Decline

Buying/holding stocks during steep correction is the biggest challenge for investors.  Consumers are attracted to just about anything when they see the ‘On Sale’ sign, except stocks.   From the desk of Ryan Detrick: “Above are all the S&P 500...