Critics and fans alike are constantly making calls for a floor in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. But finding a long-term bottom means understanding the circumstances that must take place before a new, lasting bull market can truly begin – and very few investors can actually identify these circumstances.
In early September, Wealth Research Group published a total of 4 separate alerts, one after the other, pointing out that there was a stock market mania out there and it might be the last chance to take advantage of it for a very long time.
Two scenarios lie ahead. In one of them, we’re out of the woods pretty soon here, with bulls gaining control of the major indices again, following a tension release after the mid-term elections. We’ll be off to the races again, in no time.
I’ve been writing extensively, over the past few months, about the way I view, both the opportunity and the risks of the stock market. On the one hand, I still see tremendous upside for certain stocks and specific segments, but on the flip side, the potential downturn, which will result from the tightening cycle of interest rates, is a subject I devote considerable thought to as well.
The bull market in U.S. stocks is now, arguably, the longest in history.