Posts filed under “RR&A”

Last Week’s Trading Call

Last week’s trading call, unedited, typos and all, is now posted: Welcome to the Second Half!

Here’s the money quote:

However, given the ongoing decay in the fundamentals — the economy is
actually getting worse, not better — we would look at any bounce as
just that: An oversold counter-trend rally that should be sold into,
not chased upwards.

Not the greatest timed trade, but the overall sentiment is about right . . .

Category: Economy, RR&A

Welcome to the Second Half!

Category: Contrary Indicators, Economy, Psychology, RR&A, Trading


Category: Economy, Markets, Psychology, RR&A

Batten Down the Hatches!

Category: Markets, Psychology, RR&A, Trading

Batten Down the Hatches!

Several weeks ago we discussed the likelihood of a tradable low being put in place. On January 23, 2008, we thought conditions were in place that would allow agile traders to play for a bounce — but advised that long-term investors avoid the sloppy tape. At that time, we suggested an 8, 10, or 12%…Read More

Category: RR&A, Short Selling, Trading

Time for the Bounce

Category: Markets, RR&A, Trading

Buying Panic?

Category: Economy, Markets, Psychology, RR&A, Trading

GDP Revisited

Category: Data Analysis, Economy, Psychology, RR&A

Looking at Technology: Caution is Warranted

Category: RR&A

Bullish Sentiment Survey

Category: RR&A