Monthly Archives: May 2009

Is This Stock Market Rally For Real?

With each passing week, the case for a bearish reversal out of this stock market rally becomes stronger. For the time being, the bulls triumphed by breaking out of a potentially ugly double top pattern. This raging bullish sentiment pretty … Continue reading

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Bull-Bear Royal Rumble: Bear To Assert Presence Soon

There is nothing more detrimental to our psychology than seeing our friends get rich. With each day that stock markets continue their impressive surge, lingering skepticism are transformed into belief and rational people are behaving once again like gamblers. It … Continue reading

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Stock Market Rally: First Stage Of A Primary Bull Trend?

“Sell in May and go away” may not be relevant this year. For a month commonly associated with disinterested stock market activity, we have seen a 36% jump in the benchmark S&P 500 from March’s 12-year low. Economic reports turn … Continue reading

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Bolster Your Emergency Fund In A Prolonged Crisis

I hope everyone has an enjoyable May Day. For those who work day in, day out, this is usually a well deserved break. But of late, nobody seems to be keen on taking leave, given the rise in no pay … Continue reading

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