Comments for CrackedMarket http://crackedmarket.com Wed, 26 Aug 2015 16:09:24 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Where Did the Dip Buyers Go? by Jani http://crackedmarket.com/2015/08/where-did-the-dip-buyers-go/#comment-6607 Wed, 26 Aug 2015 16:09:24 +0000 http://crackedmarket.com/?p=4411#comment-6607 I agree. Holding these lows through tomorrow tells us Monday’s emotion filled selling is behind us and we should start seeing more rational trade. But undercut the lows today or tomorrow will set off another wave of reactive selling. But that is actually what I’d like to see because it will likely end in the far more explosive (and profitable) v-bottom.

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Comment on Where Did the Dip Buyers Go? by Investrite http://crackedmarket.com/2015/08/where-did-the-dip-buyers-go/#comment-6606 Wed, 26 Aug 2015 15:20:00 +0000 http://crackedmarket.com/?p=4411#comment-6606 In cash and made 2 purchases. I am not in the camp that is yet hoping for a relief rally though at nearly 11:30 am it appears its heading 5that way. Day is not over yet. I think there are still a fair amount of sellers waiting to pull the trigger but their time is tightening rapidly. If they haven’t sold by today they should sit still.

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Comment on What To Do Next by Jani http://crackedmarket.com/2015/08/what-to-do-next/#comment-6600 Mon, 24 Aug 2015 05:13:45 +0000 http://crackedmarket.com/?p=4402#comment-6600 I was wrong and changed my mind early last Thursday. See Thursday the 20ths post for a more detailed explanation.

Quoting my August 20th Post:
“Over the medium-term I remain bullish on our market and still expect we will finish the year in the green. But how we get from here to there is a little less clear. Today’s weakness was a clear sell signal for shorter-term traders. While I’ve been bullish on this market, this morning’s awful price-action told us the bottom wasn’t in yet. We bounce decisively from oversold levels and retesting the lows today signaled there was more selling left. Friday could get even more ugly since nothing shatters confidence like screens filled with red.”

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Comment on What To Do Next by Rout set to continue on Monday but do not panic | Hello Suckers ... http://crackedmarket.com/2015/08/what-to-do-next/#comment-6599 Mon, 24 Aug 2015 05:11:14 +0000 http://crackedmarket.com/?p=4402#comment-6599 […] Obviously the China story will affect companies like AAPL and TSLA that have huge Chinese growth premiums built into their stock price. But these are the exception in the S&P500, not the rule. While the pessimists are concerned about plunging energy sector profits, we know American consumers are lousy savers and without a doubt the dollars saved on energy will find their way into other sectors of the economy. That’s bad for energy shareholders, but it is a net neutral for our economy since one loss is offset by another gain. Jani, The Cracked Market […]

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Comment on What To Do Next by Ian http://crackedmarket.com/2015/08/what-to-do-next/#comment-6598 Mon, 24 Aug 2015 04:52:10 +0000 http://crackedmarket.com/?p=4402#comment-6598 Jani, your free blog is useless since on Aug 17 you proclaimed: “Taking it one step further, these bearish headlines also assure us this is one of the safest times to own stocks. While most will disagree with me, if all the above bearish stories failed to break this market, it is hard to imagine something that will dent it. Limited downside and healthy upside create a very favorable risk/reward, making this a great time to own stocks. By the time it feels safe, it will be too late.” But your premium blog is now bragging its portfolio was in cash prior to last week’s downturn. Hmmm…

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