The market is not taking any prisoners, breaking down and dropping below many of its long-term moving averages, which is an obvious bearish signal.
Today, we’re publishing part 3, the final section of this complete playbook for sophisticated investing in bear market conditions.
In 1942, it was unclear if the U.S. would survive World War 2. The outlook for the nation hasn’t been that dark since the Great Depression or the days of the civil war. Yet, as I’ve stressed many times, except for 2008, this was one of the best times to put new money to work in the stock market.
Four months ago, right after President Trump announced his tax reform, Wealth Research Group rang the alarm about the fact that for the first time since the Great Recession, the agenda of the Federal Government and the Federal Reserve, America’s central bank, are at odds with each other.