Below are some observations I shared this week, in case you missed them.
My observations seem especially important this week since global markets are in a volaltity expansion and the US stock market dropped over -10% in a fast waterfall decline. Trends and volatility conditions like this are excellent opportunities to learn from the market price action and trends. It’s always a good time to evaluate portfolio risk levels for exposure to the possibility of loss to have informed consent as to your exposure to risks.
- Is the panic selling drying up?
- The stock index falls below its long-term trend, but stocks are now getting oversold
- Dow Jones is down -10% off its high
- What volatility expansions tell us about expectations for stock market trends
- Stock market recoveries are a process, not an event
- Stock prices may not be finished falling, but some opportunities for asymmetric risk-reward may be present for those willing to take risks
- Investor sentiment and feelings can be data-driven, quantitative, applying the scientific method, supported by a mathematical basis for feeling and believing
- The trend in Coronavirus, underreactions, and overreactions
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