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Posted by Martin April 15, 2024

Market sentiment worsening on inflation, rate cuts and Iran

  Do you want to learn more about our market sentiment score system? We try to evaluate market trend, sentiment, and volatility to determine whether to stay in cash, ride the trend or be aggressively buying. Prevent your portfolio experiencing large drawdowns and subscribe to our newsletter to find out what is the safest way Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 08, 2024

Market sentiment for this week

Last week was a turbulent week. What is the market sentiment for this week?   Do you want to learn more about our market sentiment score system? We try to evaluate market trend, sentiment, and volatility to determine whether to stay in cash, ride the trend or be aggressively buying. Prevent your portfolio experiencing large Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 20, 2024

Rethinking Investment Choices: CDs vs. Annuities

When faced with the myriad of investment options available, many individuals find themselves comparing traditional investment vehicles like Certificates of Deposit (CDs) and annuities. While both offer unique advantages, a closer examination may reveal why they might not be the most lucrative options for those aiming for substantial long-term growth.      

Posted by Martin March 14, 2024

Stock market rallying but volatility keeps creeping up too

The stock market is rallying and causing euphoria and FOMO among investors. You may be happy with the market rally but there is a danger brewing below the hood. And that danger is getting bigger and bigger. How to protect your account from drawdowns during corrections?    

Posted by Martin March 03, 2024

Markets racing higher increasing downside risk

The market spiked even higher last week despite Wall Street not very happy about inflation data and CPI report. But it was shrugged our quickly and it rallied like there was no end. This hower increase the downside risk. Being more bullish in this environment is becoming increasingly risky. The investors are feeling their FOMO Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 25, 2024

The Great Stock Market Roller Coaster of 2024: Hold Onto Your Wallets!

The roller coaster in the stock market started last week and it is poised to continue this week as well. And so, strap in and grab your popcorn because the stock market in 2024 is shaping up to be more thrilling than a roller coaster ride at your favorite amusement park. If you thought the Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 24, 2024

Market Gauge

I am developing this market gauge to help spot the market’s change in sentiment and be able to move to cash or protect my investments. As of now, the gauge is in beta and I am still fine-tuning it. As of now, I will be using it to determine how to deploy my funds. If Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 17, 2024

What does the market outlook look like for next week?

Last week, our journey was, to put it mildly, a roller coaster designed by an economist with a wicked sense of humor. We experienced everything from the stomach-dropping dips to the exhilarating highs that could give any thrill-seeker a run for their money. So, what’s in store for us next week? What market outlook can Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 11, 2024

Navigating Through Market Sentiment: A Look Ahead

The stock market is an ever-evolving ecosystem, constantly influenced by a variety of factors ranging from macroeconomic indicators to geopolitical events, and even investor sentiment. As we gear up for the upcoming week, a closer look at the current market sentiment and analyses from leading financial experts reveals a cautiously optimistic outlook, albeit with certain Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 05, 2024

The Oracle of Oh No: How Doom-Predicting Investors Stay Afloat

Welcome to the rollercoaster world of investing, where the forecast is always gloomy with a chance of catastrophic market crashes, according to some of our favorite doomsayers. Today, we’re diving into the curious case of investors like Jeff Gundlach – the financial wizards who predict the financial apocalypse every Monday, yet somehow manage to stay Continue reading →