Stock market bear 2019 Equates To Rubbish Talk

Stock market bear

We called the Fake Bear Market 2019 Storyline 

Interestingly the experts started calling for a bear Market in December right around the time the markets put in a bottom, clearly proving that fear does not pay well.   So just before we get into 2019, the so-called experts or otherwise known as Jackasses started to bray that the end was nigh. Once again, the only thing that was nigh was their overblown egos.

If this bear market is anything like the last time, it could take some time to recover. Since World War II, bear markets on average have fallen 30.4 percent and have lasted 13 months, according to analysis by Goldman Sachs and CNBC. When that milestone has been hit, it took stocks an average of 21.9 months to recover.

Even when stocks enter “correction” territory, which is defined by at least a 10 percent drop from a recent high, there’s a long road to recovery. History shows corrections last four months, and equities slide 13 percent before finding a bottom. CNBC

Fear Is Useless when it comes to Investing

Throughout the correction, we went out of our way to state that Fear was a useless emotion and that one should never give into it. We also stated in real time that our subscribers should, focus on the trend, and keep a diary. Those of you that took heed and kept notes will now be in a position to see how your mind operates when it is controlled by fear. Fear pays very poorly, and the only ones that make money are the purveyors of fear.  Mass psychology clearly states that so-called stock market crashes are nothing but buying opportunities as long as the trend is up.

New Over allocate funds to any given position

Many new traders over-allocate funds randomly to a given position. If you want to succeed you need to be disciplined and that means one’s funds must be divided into equal lots and deployed equally into any given position. Do not put 10K in one stock, 25K in another, 5K in the third and so on.  Over the long run, this strategy will ensure your demise.

If 1-2 positions are adversely affected you will not be knocked out of the game if you have allocated the same amount of funds to each position. Additionally, it will be relatively easy to recoup those funds, but if you allocate a large sum of money to one position, and things go south, it is going to take you a long time to recover from that damage. However, the psychological damage is worse; some traders are unable to recoup psychologically after such an episode.  Why take on unnecessary risk? The markets are rigged, so if you go out of your way to act in an undisciplined manner, you are asking for double the trouble.

Bear Market 2018 is pure Rubbish

The list of stocks that we could potentially open positions in continues to explode; almost every stock that subscribers asked us to examine is on our “list of stocks to monitor”.  One would think after such a strong rally, the list would get smaller, but that is not the case so far, which serves as further evidence that the masses are still anxious. When the masses are anxious, it is generally time to relax and look for good plays.

Stock market bear 2019 Equates To Rubbish Talk Bullish sentiment is too low to valid stock market bear talk

The sentiment data clearly reveals that the masses are far from bullish and until they are jumping up with joy, this market is not going to crash. As the trend is bullish, very strong pullback should be viewed through a bullish lens; build a list of top quality stocks you would love to own and each time the market pulls back deploy some spatial into them.

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