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Don’t Be Euphoric Over Two Months Of Gains

Stocks are up big this year, and that means it’s time to be skeptical. Warren Buffett says you should be greedy when others are fearful and fearful when others are greedy. That doesn’t mean stocks are ready to give up all their January and February gains immediately or even eventually. But it means the right psychological disposition to have is one of doubt and skepticism. If we get the decline, you’ll be ready for it. And being ready for declines, so that they don’t surprise you and...

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The Last Three Times This Happened, Stocks Dropped 5%-10% Shortly Thereafter

The S&P 500’s weekly MACD indicator has triggered a “sell signal.” For those of you who like technical analysis, this indicator is formed by two interweaving lines. The first line (usually black on the chart) is formed by subtracting the 26-week exponential moving average (EMA) from the 12-week EMA.   So if the 26-week EMA is 12 and 12- week EMA is 10, the black line would be at 2 for that particular day. The second line (usually red on the chart) is formed by the...

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