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Don’t Panic & Rush Into Bonds, You’ll Regret It

by Options Sensei

U.S. Treasury bonds have surged over the past few days, sending yield on the 10-Year note to its lowest level since last February. The flight into bonds is indicative of investors dour outlook for the economy, and by extension stocks.  But,...

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How Low Can the Stock Market Go?

by Options Sensei

Baring a late Santa Rally miracle appearance, the stock market is poised to have its worst December in 32 years, and its first down year in a decade. In fact, not only are we not enjoying what is usually a seasonally buoyant period, we’re...

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The Dow Theory Points to an Approaching Bear Market

by Options Sensei

As investors try to suss out whether we are entering a longer-term bull market, one of the tea leave indicators they’re turning to is the Dow Theory. Dow Theory revolve around the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and Dow...

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The Fed is Coming To Hike Your Rates

by Options Sensei

The Fed is set to meet today and tomorrow to decide their interest rate policy. Three months ago, this meeting was being viewed as pro-forma; there was a near-unanimous agreement among economists and investors it would result in another 25 basis...

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A Deep Dive into the Transportation Index

by Options Sensei

Earlier this week I looked at how The Dow Theory was indicating the stock market was heading into a broad bear market.  Today, I want to take a deeper dive into one sector of the Dow Jones Transportation Index (DJT), the trucking...

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Bowie, Bonds and Beer

by Market Movers

The strange new world of investing… When David Bowie recently passed away, a spotlight was shone on how the iconic performer had managed to raise capital for his later works. The term that got coined in the media was “Bowie Bonds”,...

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