A bear market need not always crash. Sometimes, it can go through a slow motion deflation History provides us with 2 good examples: the post-Subprime crash and the post-Tech Bubble correction. Better not to have preconceived ideas, just react accordingly.
Day to day price action suggests that US stock indices are struggling to hold on to a 10% level off 52-week high. This level is associated with ‘correction’. At 20%, it’s bear market. In absolute terms, this correction is horrid. It dwarfs ‘Black Monday’ on August 24, 2015. Delusion or meaningful?
What if the Straits Times Index is printing a stock distribution pattern? That this sideway movement merely bought a year of delayed action to the next leg?
4 charts of USDMXN, DJ30, AUDJPY and XAUUSD that defines the US Presidential Election 2016. It’s a total fiasco Brexit 2.0.
There is an expansion in online search for ‘stock crash’ in Google Trends. What is the reason investor psychology is turning towards anxiety?
We look at 2 charts of Singapore listed Kris Energy (ticker: SK3.SG) to see how it’s stock is doing technically. Weekly emas, Heikin Ashi Bollinger Bands show a gloomy setup with no sign of bottoming.
Swiber’s stock was in a terminal decline as visible from it’s chart. It was falling every year from 2014, there was no support, no indication of turnaround.