I was recently lectured on Twitter by a Wall Street strategist about why emerging market stocks (NYSEARCA:EEM) are a raging buy. Among his top arguments for being and staying long were extremely negative sentiment and chart patterns. He was particularly adamant about “depressed values” in... Read More
Memo to equity bulls: 2014 is not 2013. And thus far, it’s been a bumpy road for stocks.
The S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SPY) broke below 1,800 for the first time this year. Have bullish sentiment extremes finally caught up with the stock market?
AUDIO: Listen to Ron DeLegge @ The Index... Read More
Here’s your “lost decade” update: The S&P 500 (ChicagoOptions:^GSPC) has risen nine out of the past 10 years and in 2013 just posted its best yearly performance in a decade. Have stock market investors become spoiled and overconfident?
Measuring the stock market’s mood or... Read More
If you drop a penny from your pocket, it will be a very small bounce. But if you drop the penny from atop the Empire State Building, the magnitude of the bounce will be great.
In the case of mining stocks, that bounce from a very long and painful fall has been so great – they’re now... Read More
In the winter it snows and in the spring flowers bloom. It's one of those things you can always count on. And like nature, the stock market, has its own set of yearly trends.
One of the market's strongest seasonal forces that has been a slam dunk this year is something called the "January... Read More