Stocks to Buy when Markets Sell-off
The momentum levels have been telling us this for the last few months…
Just look at:
1. The number of stocks trading above the 200 day moving average
2. The number of stocks trading below their 50 day moving average while equity prices have only risen
3. The bond market no longer driving the stock market
4. Money moving back-and-forth between gold and USD
5. The put-to-call ratio It is normal for the stock market to cool-off after such a meteoric rise…
There hasn’t been any major catalyst for there to be a fundamental shift to change are methods of trading.
Don’t go looking to short the market, just follow these few simple rules and strategies in this video when the markets sell-off…
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